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Jacky Hougi  illustration: Gil Gibli Abu Mazen is the best possible partner

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, in contrast to his predecessor Yasser Arafat, does not threaten Israel with violence if it does not act as expected.

Jacky Hougi  illustration: Gil Gibli The Egyptian army rules for now

The bitter battle between Egypt's religious establishment and other elites is a century-old confrontation and its future is still ahead of us.

Jacky Hougi  illustration: Gil Gibli Israel prefers Assad in power

Israel's quiet support of Assad has no partners in the US and the EU, who are hesitantly seeking ways to weaken him, and brings Israel into tacit alliance with Hezbollah.

Jacky Hougi  illustration: Gil Gibli Hezbollah bogged down in Syria

Hezbollah sees the fighting in Syria as all-out war with the Sunnis. It is a war which Assad thinks he can win.

Jacky Hougi  illustration: Gil Gibli From subject to citizen

The Arab revolution still has a long way to run, but in the Egyptian constitution it has registered an outstanding legal achievement.

Jacky Hougi  illustration: Gil Gibli Mashal follows in Arafat's footsteps

Khaled Mashal knows an uncompromising stance on Israel is the way to achieve his ambition of Palestinian leadership.

Jacky Hougi  illustration: Gil Gibli Egypt embraces Gaza without alienating Israel

The conflict in Gaza came at the right time for Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi.

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