The path ahead, however, remains bumpy and uncertain.
The way the case against Tariq Ramadan is handled seems like a political character assassination.
Russia wants to use the gains it made in Syria as a bargaining chip with the US on Ukraine and the economic sanctions.
Jordanians have shown that they will no longer accept austerity without major political changes and accountability.
The US exaggerating and obsessing about foreign threats seems quite similar to what is happening in Russia.
The government cannot account for $14 million allocated to help survivors rebuild their lives.
The only thing left for Palestinians to do is fight for one state espousing democracy and secularism.
Both the EU and China have vowed to respond to Trump’s protectionist policies.
The ongoing protests in Iraq are neither a conspiracy, nor a revolution.
The black middle class is talking of values and civility as many Americans of colour continue to languish in poverty.