The arrest of a popular Egyptian satirist bodes ill for the revolution
Ramadan Khalaf Amin, 24, a microbus driver who earns the equivalent of $4.50 a day, is one of the myriad faces of the Egyptian revolution the world does not know. “I was going down to Tahrir the whole time,” Amin remembers of …
One of the most effective anti-Assad militias has just been designated a “terrorist” organization by the U.S. Will that help or hobble the exiled opposition’s attempt to take control of the fight against the regime in Damascus?
Egyptians take sides and take to the streets as President Mohamed Morsi assumes emergency powers he says are necessary to help pass a constitution
The generals never enjoyed their time at the top of the post-Mubarak era. And looking at the political chaos in Egypt, who can blame them?
Egypt’s Mohamed Morsi: Peacemaker, savior, tyrant?
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
Jordan’s King Abdullah II and the foreign powers most invested in his political survival will be hoping that his country isn’t about to demonstrate Trotsky’s maxim that all revolutions are impossible until they become inevitable. …
The U.S. wants to reshape Syria’s opposition. But there is no guarantee the plan will work
TIME’s reporter ponders hysteria and the madness of crowds after helping to save a colleague during another groping incident in Cairo