More on Political Freedom

Southern Sudan: welcome to the newest country in the world

A new sign greets passengers disembarking from the flight that carried them to Juba International Airport. The message is simple … Continued

How evolutionary theory’s other discoverer could heal the Darwin divide

By David Klinghoffer The seemingly ineradicable opinion divide on evolution calls to mind Mark Twain’s quip that everyone talks about … Continued

Freedom is universal

In light of the continuing political uprising throughout the Middle East, American leaders are reported to be recalculating their approach … Continued

What happens after freedom?

In light of the continuing political uprising throughout the Middle East, American leaders are reported to be recalculating their approach … Continued

Israel’s concerns with the Egyptian tumult

By Ori Z. Soltes Religion has always been interwoven with politics. We can trace the use of religion for political … Continued

Do Egyptians want both democracy and a role for religion in their government?

Egyptian anti-government protesters stand atop an Egyptian army tank during a protest in Tahrir Square. (Lefteris Pitarakis/AP) The dramatic images … Continued

The bondage of freedom

“…there is a kind of bondage in freedom: the bondage of law, obligation, and responsibility.” –Michael Walzer We’ve all seen … Continued

Catholics dictating terms

Question: In response to the new gay marriage law in Washington, Catholic Charities closed its adoption and foster care programs … Continued

Defying Middle East autocrats

ISLAM AND THE WEST By Daniel Brumberg THE Islamic Republic of Iran is not about to implode. Nevertheless, the misguided … Continued

U.S. Must Search for Common Ground in Muslim World

By Anja Manueladjunct professor, Stanford University Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has named Farah Pandith Special Representative to Muslim Communities. … Continued