It would be unfair and inaccurate to say that Egypt’s Muslim-Christian problems started with the January 2011 revolution. After all, Coptic Christian churches in Egypt were hit in two separate deadly attacks in the final 14 …
Anger and outrage grow after a man is videotaped stripped and beaten in front of the besieged presidential palace
The three major cities on the Suez Canal have always been political harbingers. What does the tumult in their streets mean for the Egyptian President
The political instability in the streets is coinciding with the potential for mayhem stemming from Egypt’s anarchic soccer fans
Jan. 25 is the second anniversary of the ouster of Mubarak and while rancor is deep between the political factions, violence could be greater on Jan. 26 when a verdict is due in the Port Said soccer deaths
New constitutions, particularly in postrevolutionary societies, ought to be unifying documents. They are supposed to articulate what collective future a nation sees for itself. Halfway through the final step in Egypt’s tortured …
In a late night announcement, the Egyptian president modifies the controversial decree that granted him new powers and brought protesters into the streets. But will it satisfy the opposition and the occupiers of Tahrir Square?
With breathtaking speed and deep controversy, Egypt’s draft constitution heads for a Dec. 15 referendum. Has the shouting only started?
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