James is a policy consultant and freelance journalist currently residing in the Washington, DC area. He covers a range of issues pertaining to the Middle East, most notably the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict.
The Muslim Brotherhood's Morsi may have been elected president, but those interested in the future of Egypt's revolution must keep watching the SCAF.
In the wake of a rocket attack from the Sinai, Israel must strengthen its resolve to fight terror while simultaneously strengthening its relationship with Egypt.
A referendum by the Muslim Brotherhood on the Egypt-Israel peace treaty might be the best way to realize the necessity of peace between the two nations.
While Israelis struggle with how to appropriately remember the Holocaust, Palestinians struggle with how to appropriately forget it.