By Helen Lewis - 09 June 11:43
As mob heckles and gropes demonstrators, are women's rights going backwards in Egypt?
By New Statesman - 02 June 09:04
Anger over dictator's "light" sentence.
By Bel Trew - 26 May 10:47
The country's first democratic elections have produced an unappealing run-off between the Islamist c
By Jenny O'Connor - 17 March 10:12
Funded by their governments, are these organisations funnelling money to protest movements?
By Samira Shackle - 02 February 12:07
The death of 74 football fans in Egypt is a worrying sign of the country's deteriorating security si
By Anonymous (not verified) - 25 January 12:06
Still in its formative stages, this process of transition will take a long time and embrace all aspe
By Olivier Roy - 25 January 11:11
The Arab spring uprisings were not prompted by religion as in Iran 1979, writes Olivier Roy — but some think the Arab winter may bring a counter-revolutionary Muslim Reformation. What does the rise of Islamist parties hold for Egyptians and prospects for
By Nelson Jones - 23 January 03:40
As parliament sits for its inaugural session, how religious is the new Egyptian democracy?
By Mehdi Hasan - 23 January 12:00
“The fate of nations should be decided by their own people”
By Bel Trew - 07 January 08:41
Looking ahead to the first anniversary of the Arab Spring, Egyptians hope to finish in 2012 what the