Opinions that struck a chord
It was the classic issues revolving around Middle East security that dominated the 2010 top 10 list of opinion articles.
Last Modified: 27 Dec 2010 14:01 GMT
Reader's Top 10 of 2010: Opinion
Leaks have made it harder for Western governments to dupe their citizens into accepting potential future wars.
The Saudi endorsement could be the kiss of death for Netanyahu's push for a military strike on Iran.
Al Jazeera's director-general says cables questioning the channel's independence must be challenged.
Wadah Khanfar
Barack Obama, a former law professor, should have a healthy respect for civil liberties, but his actions suggest not.
Cindy Sheehan
Unless the US Congress takes a tougher line on lobbyists, Israel will continue building settlements on Palestinian land.
'Cablegate' has provided the Arab public with an insightful peek into the inner circles of their respective states.
To move towards a nuclear-free Middle East, the US must change its stance on Israel's nuclear weapons programme.
The Obama administration must understand that the Israeli prime minister is essentially a right-wing Republican.
As consensus grows regarding the futility of US national security policy, concerns arise over Barack Obama's strategy.
The rise of irrational hate in US will inevitably lead to violence, MJ Rosenberg says.
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