Egypt’s Youth Ignore the Election and Vote With Their Feet
Plagued by unemployment and hoping to leave a stagnant Egypt to work abroad, young people couldn't care less about an election where only one eligible Egyptian in four voted.
No One Is Showing Up for Egypt’s Election, Including The Party That Won Last Time
The first vote for parliament after Egypt's military coup is lacking two important elements: The Muslim Brotherhood and voters.
Sisi Won the Election, But Still Might Lose Egypt
Despite winning in an overwhelming majority, Sisi appears surprisingly weak as he prepares to take control of a country facing major issues.
International and Egyptian Street Artists Join Forces Against Sisi
Egypt's street artists were at the forefront of the Tahrir revolution. Now they are back on the streets against the military regime of Sisi.