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Egypt Charges Ex-President Morsi With Leaking Secrets To Qatar
Egyptian Court Jails More Than 100 Morsi Supporters
'The Square' Film On Egypt's Revolution Will Not Be Shown In Egypt
Cutting Aid Hurts U.S. More than Egypt
Author, 'The Italian Divide'
By losing our influence with Cairo, the United States is on a path to becoming marginalized in this critical part of the world. Leaders in other American allies, including Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia are frustrated by Washington's unwillingness to assist itself in the Middle East.
U.S. To Scale Back Aid To Egypt: Reports
Morsi Supporters Find Community In Protest Camps
Egypt's 'Bloodless Coup' History Weighs Heavy On Generals In Charge
Why Turkey and Iran Oppose the Military Coup in Egypt
Turkey and Iran were quick to condemn the military takeover. Does this new-found unanimity mean a new era of closer relations between the two countries? It is important to keep in mind that Ankara and Tehran have very different reasons for taking this stance.
The 'Revolutions' in the Middle East
University of Pennsylvania 15'
Approximately two and a half years after the revolution in Egypt, what is happening today has led me to question the past, present and the future of the Arab Spring.
Morsi Supporters Take To The Streets
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PHOTOS: How Newspapers Covered Morsi Ouster
Morsi Calls Military Measures 'Full Coup' On Twitter
Morsi Out, Military Presents Roadmap
Egypt On Edge As Morsi Rejects Ultimatum
Obama Urges Morsi To Respond To Protesters
Egypt: A Time for Heroes
Director, Giraffe Heroes International
It will take courage, patience, smarts -- and a flood of examples of heroes acting bravely for a common good. Let the politicians learn from the people. Egyptians need to get this right. And they don't have a lot of time.
Choosing Between Evils: Egyptians Realize Gravity of What Is Coming and Yet March Ahead
"Having signed the petition, are you not afraid that a civil war could erupt in Egypt if Morsi is removed?" I asked my taxi driver. He replied: "I am afraid. I am very afraid. But I am afraid more that there would be no Egypt left if the Brothers stay in power."
Egypt's Protests In 90 Seconds
Is Egypt's Government Nearing Its End?
Egyptian Lawmakers Finalize Constitution
Morsi Reportedly Agrees To Limit Controversial Decree's Scope
The Daily Szep: Morsi, the Next Egyptian Strongman
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist
'A Temporary Dictator'
Egyptian Religion: A New Chapter?
Nonresident fellow at the Brookings Institution
Religion in Egypt in particular, and in the wider Arab region, is very important to the local population. The question is, how is it going to be utilized, and how will different political groups and personalities react and engage with it?
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