It would be an uphill battle to change the constitution preventing her from grasping the top spot.
Why has he embarked on his quixotic mission to make the Israeli-Palestinian ‘peace process’ work? This is probably his last big job, and he wants to make his mark.
The island's prime minister is damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t: leaving the people in their current predicament is not a good choice, but going flat out for modernization doesn’t feel like such a good option either.
There are disheartening parallels with the 1848 revolutions in Europe.
What if the Russians, who are already claiming that it’s a Western plot, agree to send in the military?
The radical shifts that have been happening behind the scenes in Syria may finally show up in Geneva.
Egyptians are frightened and exhausted, and Sisi apparently thinks they will gratefully accept a return to army rule.