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Salafism, even more than the Muslim Brotherhood, is the persistent existential threat to Egypt's democratic spring.
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Salafists were among the fiercest proponents of a "yes" vote, arguing that this referendum was in effect a vote on Islam itself.
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Shouwang Church has survived a hostile political environment to become the vanguard of China's most powerful non-governmental organizations: house churches.
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One hero of the “people power” movement credits Filipinos with sustaining the global hunger for freedom 25 years ago and sees their legacy in today's Arab uprising.
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In our search for new ways of thinking about the ancient frustrations of China's politics, John Howard Yoder's 1972 book could bring some fresh thinking.
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Rumors flourished under Mubarak's regime, but the jokes average Egyptians told about their leader revealed the truth about the public's disillusionment.
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A new history of strongman Efraín Ríos Montt concludes that his faith was genuine, though it had little to do with his anti-communist earth scorching.
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The new country faces many challenges on the path to autonomy, including choosing its official name and stemming violence that has killed more than 100 civilians in the last week alone.
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Ferdinand Marcos died in exile after his ouster by the "people-power" revolt in 1986.
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Mubarak's resignation is a rebirth and transformation of the country, one pro-democracy activist told The Media Project.
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