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Thoughts on President Obama’s Speech by 100 Arab & Muslim Leaders

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

“President Obama’s Cairo speech was unprecedented in a number of ways. Firstly, it sought to establish common ground with...

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Analyzing Obama’s Speech to the Muslim World

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID) and the Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED) co-hosted a panel discussion...

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CSID Launched a new Network of Democrats in the Arab World

Posted on Jan 8, 2006

CSID Launched a new Network of Democrats in the Arab World (NDAW)   The NDAW, for the first time, brings together moderate Islamists and...

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Pushing the Envelope of Democracy in Saudi Arabia

Posted on Jan 8, 2006

Special Event Pushing the Envelope of Democracy in Saudi Arabia  By Asma Afsaruddin I had the good fortune to participate in a remarkable...

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2004 Articles

Posted on Jul 1, 2005

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Veiled Praise

Posted on Jun 27, 2005

  Veiled Praise By Fatina Abdrabboh The New York Times (June 23, 2005) I CONSIDER my appearance quite unremarkable. I’m 5 feet...

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The Right Path to Arab Democracy

Posted on Jun 27, 2005

  The Right Path to Arab Democracy By Madeleine Albright and Vin Weber Washington Post (June 8, 2005; Page A21) The Bush...

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The Unmentionable Freedom: A new report on reform in the Arab world ignores religious liberty.

Posted on Jun 27, 2005

  The Unmentionable Freedom: A new report on reform in the Arab world ignores religious liberty. By: Joseph Loconte The Weekly...

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After Terror: Promoting Dialogue Among Civilizations

Posted on Jun 5, 2005

After Terror:  Promoting Dialogue Among Civilizations The World Bank’s Public Information Center and the World Bank...

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Egypt’s Fading Hope

Posted on Jun 5, 2005

Egypt‘s Fading Hope   Wednesday, May 18, 2005; Page A16   Washington Post Editorial  ...

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Syria’s Unpredictable Force: The State-Sanctioned Clergy

Posted on May 27, 2005

Syria‘s Unpredictable Force: The State-Sanctioned Clergy By Anthony Shadid   Washington Post Foreign Service (May 27, 2005;...

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