Posts Tagged: Egypt
In the void left by the government's utter lack of action, citizens are stepping forward to protect women at demonstrations.
Egypt is rapidly approaching its most acute political and economic crisis since the 2011 revolution that swept dictator Hosni Mubarak from power.
Two years after the Lara Logan assault, women continue to be attacked at protests in Tahrir Square.
The author believes that Egyptians need to be patient and give democracy a chance to work.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi may have inadvertently provided his critics with a temporary unifying device.
Obama can stem the decline of U.S. influence in the Middle East, but only if he gives the people of the region a reason to want it.
Qatar has supported revolution abroad while Saudi Arabia anchors down the authoritarian regional order.
As Syrian society slowly disintegrates, non-aligned states from the developing world may show the way forward to a diplomatic resolution.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has proved willing to act independently of Washington, but he's not about to leave the fold.
If we truly believe in the value of democracy, the value of freedom, and the power of the people's voice, we will support Egypt and its new president on their journey toward a free and democratic society.