By Sophie McBain - 15 January 11:59
Egyptians are expected to vote “yes” in a referendum on their new constitution. This will prove a big mistake.
By Bel Trew - 01 January 08:58
The military leadership is trying to extinguish protest from both Muslim Brotherhood supporters and the liberals who helped overthrow President Mubarak. Will they succeed?
By Sophie McBain - 19 November 03:24
If the army was hoping that a hulking great monument would, literally and metaphorically, set their version of history in stone, they were wrong.
By Sophie McBain - 12 September 01:48
Suicide bombings in Sinai and an assassination attempt on the interior minister are a sign that Egypt is facing a growing threat from Islamic extremists, and the violent crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood can only make things worse.
By New Statesman - 28 August 03:14
The government for once should take a stand on a matter of principle.
By Elizabeth Stephens - 23 August 02:57
Dr Elizabeth Stephens takes a look at the current condition of the Egyptian economy, and asks whether businesses will be able to operate with any kind of normality.
By Jeremy Bowen - 21 August 12:45
Jeremy Bowen reports from Egypt.
By Douglas Alexander - 17 August 09:08
All existing British and EU aid and support for Egypt should be placed under urgent review.
By Bel Trew - 03 July 02:15
While the president and army appear locked in conflict, the streets are divided between the extraordinary groundswell of dissent against the president and those loyalists staging their own sit-ins and demos.