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The confrontation in Egypt could very well mean not only the end of a flawed democratic transition, but a more fundamental change in the basic civility of Egypt’s politics.
June 29, 2013
To be credible, President Morsi must do more than merely utter platitudes about his grief at sectarian violence. He must protect Egypt's Christian community.
April 10, 2013
As the security situation in Egypt deteriorates, the chances of chaos or military intervention are increasingly likely.
March 11, 2013
No party is likely to win an outright majority in Tunisia's next elections. Hence they must find ways to compromise to help the current government function.
February 20, 2013
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brothers have failed to deliver, but the opposition is acting in a manner that suggests it has no alternative to offer
February 7, 2013
Hosni Mubarak, once so dominant in Egypt, now seems like a figure from history, which is why there's so little excitement about his retrial
January 17, 2013
If Egypt's president wants to be an effective leader, he will have to step outside of the fortress of paranoia he and the Brotherhood have erected.
January 3, 2013
Last week's political spectacle in Egypt will make a transition to a stable democratic system much more difficult, and does not bode well for how the Islamists think the country should be ruled.
December 4, 2012
The central problem in Egypt's politics is trust, and the lack thereof. Since his election, President Morsi has not invested much time creating it
November 25, 2012
Tunisia's religious conservatives have serious grievances - but this should not give them licence to become bullies or flout the law.
November 19, 2012
Down in the trenches of Egypt's constitution-writing body, the future of the country is being settled. Or is it?
October 24, 2012
Are Egypt's new rulers hoping to create a Muslim Brotherhood arc in the region, with like-minded regimes heeding Cairo's call?
October 10, 2012
Public outrage is valuable for those seeking political power. That it is still generated so easily shows that the Arab Spring has not yet done its work.
September 13, 2012
President Mohammed Morsi wants his country's foreign policy to regain a moral dimension.
September 7, 2012
After forcibly retiring Scaf's top generals, Egypt's new president is now being accused of a power grab and of not reaching out to minorities.
August 16, 2012
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Iraq’s prime minister: from anti-Saddam activist to crackdown leader