New Yorker (blog)
Egypt and its referendum Back to the bad habits of the past?
The drumbeat of violence, accompanied in Egypt's media by fawning praise for the forces of order, inspires yearnings among many for the emergence of an authority figure, not unlike past presidents-for-life. General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the army chief ...
The Egyptian Army's Unlikely Allies
In Egypt, many shrug as freedoms disappear
Egyptian diaspora vote on new constitution
Three killed in clashes at Egypt protests
At least three people have been killed in Egypt in clashes between supporters and opponents of ousted President Mohammed Morsi, officials have said. Two people died in the city of Suez in fighting that erupted when security forces dispersed a ...
3 Killed as Islamists Rally in Egypt Ahead Vote
Egypt: 3 killed as Islamists call for referendum boycott
Three killed in Egypt clashes ahead of referendum
Protesters, police clash ahead of Egyptian constitution vote
(CNN) -- Protesters in parts of Egypt rallied Friday against the government and a vote on a constitution that would ban religious parties, leading to clashes with security forces or demonstrators' opponents in at least three cities, Egyptian media ...
Iran, Syria and Egypt
Mass Protests Grow as Military Drags Egypt Back to Dictatorship
Egypt: Education Ministry retakes Muslim Brotherhood-run schools
As Obama dithers, Egypt ramps up its nuclear options
After the fatally-flawed interim deal signed by the P5+1 in Geneva November 24 over Iran's nuclear program, America's slighted ally Egypt is now possibly pursuing its own nuclear option, amid fears of an atomic arms race between Tehran and its regional ...
Egypt's Arab Spring Gives Way To Spring Of The Patriarch
Three killed in Egypt ahead of referendum
Mubarak PM considers bid for Egypt presidency
#BBCtrending: The Egyptian puppet accused of being a terrorist
A puppet is being investigated by authorities in Egypt over claims that it is behind a terror plot. Puppet Abla Fahita, a widowed mother of two and YouTube star, appeared in an internet ad for the mobile phone operator Vodafone. Authorities are ...
Can a puppet be a terrorist? In Egypt, this is a serious question
'Paranoia Is the Mother-in-Law of Invention,' Puppet Accused of Terror in ...
Egypt protesters opposed to referendum clash with police
Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood clashed with police in Nasr City in Egypt's capital Cairo on Friday, defying an ever-widening state crackdown on the movement that ruled the country until six months ago. The protesters chanted slogans against Abdal ...
I'm no traitor, says Wael Ghonim as Egypt regime targets secular activists
One of the figureheads of Egypt's 2011 uprising says he is staying away from the country "as Egypt no longer welcomes those who are like me". Wael Ghonim's statement comes amid claims by fellow activists that Egypt's government has returned to the ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Ban
Council on Foreign Relations
The Egyptian interim government's ban of the Muslim Brotherhood and subsequent designation of the group as a terrorist organization is the latest development in Egypt's ongoing political crisis since the July 2013 ouster of Brotherhood-backed President ...
Al Jazeera demands Egypt free detained staff
"We condemn the allegations directed at our staff by Egyptian authorities which are aiming to stigmatize us, and further incite violence against our journalists working on the ground. This is all part of a larger antagonistic campaign against us ...
Al Jazeera says Egypt has extended detention of 3 of its journalists
A Rare Visit With a Jailed Journalist in Egypt
Egypt: Al-Jazeera Reporters Detained 15 More Days
Legitimizing an Undemocratic Process in Egypt
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
The U.S. government, European governments, and international organizations interested in electoral fairness face a difficult balancing act with the January 14–15 constitutional referendum in Egypt. They want to observe the vote on the country's new ...