Which Will It Be,
Stability or Democracy?

The Muslim Brotherhood is probably one of the most important organizations in the Islamic world, so I was delighted when I was asked recently to take part in a public meeting at New York University’s Center for Law and Security to debate whether or not the U.S. government should be talking to them. Despite its … Continue reading “Which Will It Be,
Stability or Democracy?”

Moussaoui Trial Leaves Questions Unanswered

The decision by the jury in the six-week trial of Zacarias Moussaoui – portrayed by the prosecution as the “Twentieth Hijacker” – not to invoke the death penalty is a blow for the U.S. Justice Department and shows that the Virginia jury was not persuaded by the widespread campaign to portray the French national of … Continue reading “Moussaoui Trial Leaves Questions Unanswered”