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Jan 27, 2012
Fawaz Gerges asserts that US influence in the region is declining rapidly, a trend he attributes to the rise of pluralism and a shift in strategic emphasis to the Pacific. Read Article Obama and the Middle East: Why the US is disengaging
Jan 13, 2012
The Indian photographer Bharat Choudhary has harnessed to the disaffection of post 9/11 Muslim youth with his latest project. Read Article Silence of Others: a window onto Muslims in the west
Nov 23, 2011
Thousands of candidates from dozens of parties will vie for power in Egypt next week, marking the latest phase in a nation's struggle to forge a viable democracy in the post-Mubarak era.
Read Article Election marks next phase in Egypt's democratic struggle
Nov 11, 2011
Salahuddin Khan's timely retelling of Pakistan's complex recent history has won widespread praise for its nuanced portrayal of Islamist insurgents. Read Article Sikander: a Pakistani militant turned American business owner
Oct 28, 2011
Libya has finally begun to move on from the burdens of its past, but what will the post-Qaddafi era bring? The Review talks to Hisham Matar, the acclaimed author, about one nation’s awakening. Read Article Hisham Matar on Libya's awakening
Sep 09, 2011
Ten years after 9/11, Al Qaeda appears to be on the decline, and western officials are beginning to understand how to interrupt the process of radicalisation and stifle the growing domestic terrorism threat. Read Article As organised terror wanes, focus turns to the enemies within
Jul 22, 2011
No sign hangs outside its front door and most days its entrance stays locked. Kazi Publications in Chicago is, nevertheless, a thriving bookshop and a leading publisher of attention-grabbing Islamic texts.
Read Article Islamic publishing house flourishes in US
Jul 08, 2011
The political psychologist Steven Kull finds that US foreign policy intended to be a stabilising force is instead perceived as coercive by the Muslim community. Read Article Why are Muslims hostile to the US?
May 20, 2011
Rami Nashashibi, founder of the Inner-City Muslim Action Network, balances intellectual and moral rigour and a sincere commitment to Islam with an attitude forged in the Chicago ghettos he devotedly serves. Read Article Muslim activist puts his faith to work in troubled Chicago
Mar 18, 2011
A serial sceptic and career contrarian, author and former CIA analyst Michael Scheuer says the revolutions sweeping the Arab world play right into militants' hands. Read Article How al Qa'eda hopes to take advantage of the aftermath in North Africa
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