Washington condemns its Middle Eastern enemies for their abuses, but green lights its friends.
Russia is regaining influence in North Africa thanks to weapons, energy, and trade.
Amid voter lethargy in Egypt, the regime sought to impose a high voter turnout.
Marc Lynch discusses the Arab uprisings, how they might be viewed by historians, as well as the future of the Middle East.
Egypt’s upcoming presidential election may not remove the incumbent, but many problems lie ahead if he wins.
Michele Dunne discusses the shifts in U.S. relations with Egypt and recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
In Egypt, the United States can make a difference when it comes to protecting principles.
After a bloody attack against a Sufi mosque, journalist Mohannad Sabry explains why the Egyptian regime is not defeating the terrorists.
Egypt’s education minister, Tariq Shawqi, may be showing more initiative than is good for him.
An Ethiopian dam may sharply reduce the Nile’s flow, leaving Egypt high and dry.
The U.S. withdrawal of aid to Egypt points to a fascinating dichotomy in the Trump administration.
Egypt and the UAE are maneuvering to bring Mohammed Dahlan back to Gaza.
Hussein Ibish discusses the ongoing crisis with Qatar and where it it is likely to lead.
The effort to curb the Islamic institution’s autonomy has stalled, for now.
In an interview, Egyptian journalist Mohannad Sabry discusses Egypt’s failing military campaign in the Sinai.
In an interview, Carnegie’s Amr Hamzawy discusses repression in Egypt and several of his papers addressing the issue.