While we have an idea of who will be among the candidates for Iran's presidency, what do we know about Iran's voters?
Iraqi Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani still faces considerable opposition to putting the draft constitution to a referendum.
Though Israel prides itself as being enlightened, the Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein has recommended criminalizing the exclusion of women from the public sphere.
What are the conditions for the success of the Geneva II conference?
Frustrated at the lack of progress, Palestinians of various backgrounds have joined to create a movement that explicitly calls for a single democratic state in historic Palestine.
The AKP’s draft law of aggressive alcohol restrictions aims not only to engineer an Islamic society but to prevent possible losses in its conservative electoral base.
A year after the Arab Spring, Al-Monitor goes to Morocco to see why the pro-democracy movement did not fully catch on and finds the promise of democratic freedoms and simmering unrest.
by Jody Sabral and Nora Fakim
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