Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s first truly-elected president, has been sentenced to death by the government which ousted him in a coup.
Well, so much for that “people’s revolt” that brought down a military dictator.
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is a name we’re likely to be seeing in the news for some time to come.
Could economic chaos bring Egyptians back out into the streets?
Nearly six months later, it’s hard to find any good in the July military coup in Egypt.
In a new interview, Edward Snowden explains his motives for absconding from the country with NSA secrets.
Not surprisingly, the United States is not going to place aid to Egypt’s military in legal jeopardy by calling this month’s events a coup.
Certain aspects of Egyptian civic life have improved rapidly in the wake of the military coup, raising at least some questions about the events leading up to it.
The events of the last week in Egypt raise a whole host of questions.
Yesterday’s coup in Egypt, a day before we celebrate our own independence, reminds us of something else worth celebrating.
Military coups used to be far more common than they are today.
if reports are to be believed, there is a coup d’etat underway in Egypt.
Yesterday saw some of the biggest protests ever to rock Egypt. Where does it go from here?
The Egyptian military appears to be signalling that its patience for political chaos may be running short.
The notion that guns prevent tyranny is based on fantasy and movies, not reality.
Arab news giant Al-Jazeera is buying Al Gore’s failing Current TV network, hoping to get a bigger presence in the US cable market.
If the United States and Egypt were Facebook friends, their relationship status would be “It’s Complicated.”
A day of protests over a film nobody has ever heard of has lead to the death of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya.
The candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood is the next President of Egypt, but the political future of Egypt itself remains quite murky.
The heady days of revolution in Egypt have been replaced with the cold light of political reality.