Africa

By Gerald Woels
Staff Writer
October 3, 2011

South Africa's rulers lead the most powerful nation in Africa; they should start acting like it.

By Sabrina M. Peterson
Contributor
October 3, 2011

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt is a more democratic movement than many Westerners realize.

By Gerald Woels
Contributor
July 25, 2011

By Joel Dustin Kellner
Staff Writer
July 12, 2011

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