A fish vendor's death late last year gave rise to popular anger over poor governance in the North African nation. That could have implications beyond just Morocco.
Don’t mistake the current demonstrations in Morocco for what happened in 2011.
Despite the Arab Spring's secular influence, the Middle East is still one of the most dangerous places on Earth to be an atheist.
Researchers say yes—human impacts on the climate made droughts leading up to the war two to three times more likely.
Sami ben Gharbia was one of the first recipients of the "Cablegate" files.
Tunisia had been a relative bright spot among the emerging democracies of the Arab Spring, but an unprecedented political assassination has reintroduced turmoil on the streets of Tunis. Our Marc Herman interviews a Tunisian journalist on what it means for the land of the Jasmine Revolution.
Despite the fervent hopes of its boosters, the Internet by its lonesome doesn’t drive democratic change, but it can reinforce existing impulses.
Analysis: The military strongmen who oversaw Egypt's political hierarchy for six decades hover ominously over the nation's new democracy. Nivien Saleh argues the U.S. has the power to pry the generals' fingers off the levers of power.
Competing solar projects are vying to supply Germany's renewable desires, each one trying to push the other into the shade.
While the Arab Spring spotlight has marched on to Syria and Libya, pioneering Egypt's first steps have by followed by little-noticed stumbles.
"Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!" shout embattled Middle Eastern potentates grasping for a second lease on life by playing the "Wag the Dog" card.