Because of this large-scale looting, we risk losing the story of the achievements and accomplishment of a proud people that stretches back thousands of years.
What’s not reaching the air waves is the extraordinary resilience of the people.
The greater danger to peace is impunity for serious crimes.
A stable Egypt is a keystone for regional stability.
Boko Haram has terrorized northern Nigeria with near impunity for over three years.
Criticism from the partisan base might loom larger than the plight of an altar boy whose father awaits deportation, but which is more important?
Dissent is routinely crushed by a government where the king's uncle has been the unelected prime minister of the country for over 40 years.
Building strength and resilience in anticipation of unavoidable catastrophes prevents avoidable deaths.
Boosting energy access is good for American business, good for American foreign policy, and transformative for millions of poor people—all at no cost to U.S taxpayers.
President Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, on the other hand, lost their popular mandate when Egyptians saw them acting as Islamic trans-nationalists first and Egyptians second.