John B. Judis

Egypt's Military Means Business
July 09, 2013

The Financial Times is reporting that the military and its allies have launched a campaign against business interests associated with the Muslim Brotherhood:

Egyptian Roulette
How should U.S. policymakers respond to Cairo's worsening violence?
July 09, 2013

How should the United States respond to the Egyptian military’s ouster of elected President Mohamed Morsi?

Glenn Greenwald: Columnist or Criminal?
Just because objectivity can't exist in journalism doesn't mean writers shouldn't strive for it
July 02, 2013

What the debate over his role reveals about the idea of objectivity in journalism.

The Egyptian Crisis
July 02, 2013

Nathan Brown, a professor of political science at George Washington University, and an associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, is an expert on Egyptian politics.

Egypt: Back to the Future
July 01, 2013

The Egyptian military has reportedly issued an ultimatum to Mohamed Morsi’s government that if it fails to restore order in 48 hours, the army will intervene in the country’s affairs.

Study the Moonbeam, Obama
California once had radical dead-end Republicans, too. In the end, they lost.
July 01, 2013

Learning the lessons from California.

Should the U.S. Continue to Threaten Iran With War?
June 28, 2013

"President Barack Obama is not bluffing," Vice President Joseph Biden told AIPAC’s annual conference last March. "We are not looking for war.

Not All Interventions Are Imperialist
On Syria, the left has forgotten its history
June 21, 2013

On Syria, the Left has forgotten its history.

A Good Idea Whose Time May Never Come
June 20, 2013

It’s time for the biannual, or is it quadrennial, push for a national program. The old Democratic Leadership Council made this a major priority in the 1990s.

The Two-State Solution is Dying
June 18, 2013

No one except, perhaps, Secretary of State John Kerry, thinks that the current Israeli government is willing to negotiate in good faith a two-state solution.