Sisi Is Already Trying to Crush Those Anti-Government Protests in Egypt
The latest wave of protests can be linked back to ex-army contractor Mohamed Ali, who has alleged corruption at the highest levels of the Egyptian government and military.
Egyptians Keep Sharing These Videos About Government Corruption and There's Nothing Sisi Can Do About It
Millions of Egyptians are enthralled by daily videos uploaded by a former military contractor who accuses President Sisi of large-scale corruption.
Egyptians Shun Long-Awaited Parliamentary Election
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi hailed this parliamentary election as a milestone on the road to democracy. But turnout has been dismal, suggesting Sisi is losing his appeal.
If the US Won't Sell You Weapons, France Might Still Hook You Up
More than simply an economic boon, major French arms deals with Middle Eastern countries make for complex international politics — full of nationalism, opportunism, and moral compromise.
Egypt Reacts to Insurgency by Threatening to Jail Journalists
The cabinet drafted a new terrorism law on Sunday that said reporters who published casualty figures and other information that differs from that released by the state could be imprisoned for at least two years.