With breathtaking speed and deep controversy, Egypt’s draft constitution heads for a Dec. 15 referendum. Has the shouting only started?
There are those who believe Mohamed Morsi will be an enforcer of the Muslim Brotherhood’s strict doctrines. And those who feel he is a moderating force
Egypt’s Mohamed Morsi: Peacemaker, savior, tyrant?
On Nov. 28, 2012, TIME editors sat with Egypt’s president for an exclusive interview, his first since helping to broker the Gaza cease-fire
The embattled president talks to TIME about the world after the Arab Spring, President Obama, civic freedoms and the Planet of the Apes
The standoff is not only in Cairo but in cities and towns across the country. And the secularists are adamant that they will not talk unless he backs down completely
Is it more of the same in Egypt? Thousands of Egyptian protesters gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square in late November, kicking off several days of protests against a new constitutional decree by Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, …
In a decree that stunned almost everyone, Egypt’s President turns from basking in praise over negotiating a Gaza cease-fire to assuming virtually authoritarian power
The truce reflects a transformation in the region, reflecting the participation of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood in the status quo and perhaps the beginning of the rehabilitation of Hamas
In the face of pressing domestic concerns, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy’s government continues to navigate the treacherous waters of the latest Israel-Gaza conflict. As Israeli air strikes rock the tiny coastal territory …
A horrific train-and-bus accident underlined the Mubarak-era infrastructure and corruption that Egypt’s new leader must attend to — even as a foreign crisis demands attention
The Egyptian president has denounced the Israeli attack and recalled Cairo’s ambassador to Tel Aviv. But Mubarak did as much in the past. Will the Muslim Brotherhood do more?
The 117th successor of Saint Mark is not expected to rock relations with the government. But he may have to