Bahrain is Experiencing it’s Own Arab Spring; Bahrain Democracy Dissidents Ignored by US Media
Middle East articles on Democracy Chronicles
View news about the struggle for democracy in the troubled Middle East where vast cultural change and persistent political violence cry out for democracy. Also see our World Democracy section and our articles on the ongoing Arab Spring.
Continuing Bloodshed Forcing Increased Diplomatic Effort as Arabs Condemn Russia
Hamas and Fatah Approach Unity Deal as Palestinians Agree to New Path With Assad at Head
Arab Spring in Kuwait Has Strong Democracy for Arab World But Weaknesses Remain
Two Biggest Dictatorships Support Assad and Move to Block World Action on Attacks on Protesters
Dictator Out of Country: Can the Country Make the Democratic Transition Despite Yemen Chaos?
Massive and Growing Protests Against Hama Massacre in Major Cities as Plan for Democracy Goes UN
Gruesome Death Toll Force New Wave of Heavy Violence as Egyptians Protest Government After Soccer
With Return to Iraq Parliament, Is Iraq Pulling Itself Together Without the U.S.?
Thomas Paine in the Arab World: Hopefully, over time and with some luck, it will gradually become possible for Arab citizens to see their politicians in the same honorable light as American citizens see our politicians: a necessary evil