Egypt

Egypt

Why Egypt Is Ultimately Destined For Democracy

Egypt's "operating system," to borrow a tech-world term, needs replacing — and the mili...

Egypt

In Cairo, Makeshift Slums v. Government Housing Project

The two-year-old housing project is clean and orderly, unlike the makeshift dwellings its thousan...

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Mohamed Salah, The Soccer Star Inspiring Egypt's Youth

CAIRO — In the year of Mohamed Salah’s rise to fame as one of the world’s best soccer players, his every move and success has been well documented across the globe, no more so than in his native ...

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Low Pay, Limited Freedom: Dark Days For Egypt's Journalists

Low wages, government censorship and even arbitrary detentions. Practicing journalism has become ...

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Elections, A Favorite Prop For Strongmen

Even the most anti-democratic election can reveal much about the system.

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A Delicate Anti-Terror Strategy For Egypt's Coptic Churches

As the state’s efforts to secure churches become more centralized, church scouts play an in...

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Why Al-Azhar Is Resisting Sisi's Religious Reforms For Egypt

The president thinks it's time to "revolutionize" Islam. But to do so, he needs help from the...

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Speak Sisi: Tracking Egypt's President Evolution Through His Words

Set for a second term, Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has evolved in tone and substan...