New York Times
Egypt's Push for Elections Draws Concern
Wall Street Journal
Unprepared for the monumental task of governing the Arab world's largest country, Egypt's ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces so far hasn't shown any sign it intends to cling to power permanently. Gen. Hassan el-Roweni, commander of the army's ...
Islamists ready for their close-up?
The BBC and the Muslim Brotherhood
Ending the Brotherhood anomaly
Egypt Buying of US Crops Surged as Unrest Spurred Mubarak Exit
US exporters sold 1.48 million metric tons of wheat (3.3million pounds) to Egypt in the four months through January, up from 121995 tons a year earlier, according to US Department of Agriculture data ...
Building a culture of tolerance in the Mideast
After weeks of exhilarating scenes from Tahrir Square, Egypt offered a reality check last week that shows how hard the transition to democracy will be in the Arab world: The essential ingredient will be a culture of tolerance - and a ...
Does Egypt want change or more of the same?
Egypt's First Political Changes May Neglect Women, Activists Say
Women, equity and democracy in Egypt: From Tahrir Square to my kitchen
Globe and Mail
Egypt arrests security officials
Investor's Business Daily
Rights activists welcomed the move as a step toward reining in Egypt's powerful and widely hated secret police. Egypt's new gov't said 365 Egyptians were killed during the uprising, but a group that provided medical and legal assistance to the ...
Egypt transition strains a month after Mubarak quit
Egypt's leaders seek police force's speedy return to duty
Christians in Egypt stage protest
Women's rights at risk in Arab revolts: US
NEW YORK — Women are being shut out of political life in the aftermath of democracy revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Friday. Clinton, speaking at the Women in the World conference in New York, said that the ...
Clinton Will Travel to Egypt, Tunisia, Meet With Libyan Opposition Leaders
Clinton Sets Visit to Egypt, Tunisia
Clinton Plans To Visit Egypt And Tunisia; Will Meet With Libyans
Egypt frees two Sadat murder convicts: state TV
CAIRO — Egypt's new military rulers have ordered the release of two Islamist prisoners jailed over the 1981 assassination of president Anwar Sadat, state television reported on Friday. Cousins Tareq and Abbud al-Zomor, members of Egypt's Islamic Jihad ...
Egypt to Free Prisoners Linked to Sadat Killing, Al Ahram Says
Egypt: Sadat assassination plotters released from prison
EGYPT: RELEASED 2 ISLAMISTS INVOLVED IN SADAT KILLING
Starting Egypt's Feminist Movement
The Facebook page, "We are all Khaled Said" has been a galvanizing force in the protests sweeping across Egypt. (Getty) As the Middle East convulses with more unrest this Friday we want revisit Egypt's push for democracy and the role that women are ...
Egypt, Libya, Tunisia: Twitter revolutions?
The backlash against democracy
In Zimbabwe, 46 people were arrested and charged with treason for attending a lecture on the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt. In Equatorial Guinea, a state radio broadcaster was forced off the air and suspended just for mentioning ...
Is China Next?
What the Libya crisis means long-term
Would ElBaradei make a good president for Egypt?
This past week, Mohamed ElBaradei finally announced what people who have been watching Egypt's political transformation had long assumed: "When the door for presidential nominations opens, I intend to nominate myself," he said in a ...
The pros and cons of ElBaradei running for Egyptian presidency
Media rights group hails Tunisia, Egypt online progress
PARIS — A press freedom watchdog took Egypt and Tunisia off its online censorship blacklist following their recent revolutions and awarded a web media award to Tunisian news bloggers on Friday. In Egypt, "the heavy filtering (of Internet sites) at the ...