Presidential Run Likely for Egypt's Top General
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt's top military officer on Saturday offered the clearest indication yet that he sees this week's referendum on a revised Constitution as a prelude to a bid for the presidency, moving to consolidate his power after his ouster of President ...
Egypt army chief considers presidential bid
Egypt army chief al-Sisi 'may run for president'
El-Sissi says he could seek Egypt presidency by 'popular demand'
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
Egypt: El-Sissi Seeks Mandate From Vote on Charter
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 ...
Egypt: ultraconservative Salafis gamble on charter
EL-SAF, Egypt -- Police cars crammed the courtyard of a youth center in this rural town outside Cairo, where an ultraconservative Islamist party was holding a conference on the draft national constitution. The new charter, written mainly by liberals ...
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 ...
Egypt Gone Bad – An Analysis
Tunisia will not follow Egypt in listing Brotherhood as terrorist group: Official
Iran, Syria and Egypt
How the Artists of "The Square" Fueled Egypt's Revolution
Jehane Noujaim's The Square, which won an audience award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and is on the shortlist for an Oscar this year, delivers a fierce and frenetic portrait of life on the Cairo streets during two years of Egypt's ongoing ...
Protesters, filmmaker traverse Egypt's transition in 'The Square'
Egypt's Heroic Protesters Bear Responsibility for the Mess...
Avon Theatre Presents 'The Square,' Documentary On Egypt Strife
3 Killed as Islamists Rally in Egypt Ahead Vote
Hundreds of Islamists rallied in Egypt's capital and across the country Friday, calling for a boycott of an upcoming constitutional referendum as clashes with security forces killed three people, officials said. Friday has traditionally been a day of ...
Violence against Egypt's Christians endangers US foreign policy, Egypt
Four dead at pro-Morsi Friday protests in Egypt
Egypt: 3 killed as Islamists call for referendum boycott
Egypt army chief Sisi may run for president, constitution referendum nears
Egypt's army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has stepped closer to confirming a widely anticipated presidential bid, saying he will stand in elections if there is a popular demand, state media reports. General Sisi enjoys wide support in Egypt after ...
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
Egypt's intelligence chief to testify in Mubarak retrial
Three killed in Egypt ahead of referendum
Why Egypt's revolution has been put on hold
The Seattle Times
What happened to Egypt's revolution, and why are so many people willing to accept the reimposition of police-state tactics? I believe that revolutions come about not when the head of government falls, but when there are reforms in the hearts of society ...