Just a little.
Its future is up to the Egyptian public.
It’s unrealistic to discount morality.
Will symbolic gestures lead to real economic cooperation?
It’s sending a delegation to Washington.
Despite President al-Sisi’s calls for religious reform.
The Russian president’s recent visit to Egypt was greeted with much fanfare, writes Martin N. Katz, and it had a certain symbolic value. But the. . .
On the fourth anniversary of the beginning of the uprising that overthrew Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, it seems to a casual observer that little has. . .
In a recent speech, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has suggested reviving the long-moribund peace plan proposed by Saudi Arabia in conjunction with other Arab. . .
The mainstream media are convinced, on no evidence, that Israel supported Egypt’s military coup. What Israel cares about, and wants Washington to care about, is. . .