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Egypt’s Red Carpet-Gate

Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has sparked a media scandal after rolling out the red carpet on his way to a speech about austerity.

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The Army And Its President

To keep the armed forces happy, President Sisi is giving them Egypt’s economy.

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Egypt’s Silent Anniversary

An unprecedented crackdown has the country’s liberal activists reconsidering everything.

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Sisi’s Fracturing Regime

Egypt's strongman is cracking down ahead of the fifth anniversary of the revolution — but the real threat he faces isn't from protests.

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Egypt’s Roadmap to Nowhere

The new parliament in Cairo is just a fig leaf for President Sisi's authoritarian rule.

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Do Muslims Around the World Really Hate the United States?

There’s a lot of anger out there toward America, but in some predominantly Muslim countries the trend lines are improving.

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For Israel and Its Neighbors, Energy Finds Power Big Dreams

The race is on to develop gas fields in the eastern Mediterranean, but big energy finds fuel strife as often as peace.

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The Nour Party Goes Dim

Egypt’s last Islamist party is clinging to life. But how much longer?

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