Can the political alliance between Tamarod and the Egyptian military last, especially as the movement turns on the army’s benefactor, Washington?
Renowned author and feminist Nawal El Saadawi believes that her fellow Egyptians “must pay the price for freedom”.
The acid attack on the Bolshoi ballet’s director highlights the worrying spread of organised crime and corruption to all facets of life in Russia.
Since the ‘Mubarak mafia’ were not outlaws but were the law, proving that Egypt’s lost billions were ill-gotten is an elusively difficult challenge.
Egypt’s next president is likely to be against the revolution. Revolutionaries must forge a viable opposition and push for social and economic change.
Should Egyptians side with the anti-revolutionary military old guard or the counterrevolutionary Islamist vanguard when choosing their next president?
With the right president, Egypt could rid itself of nepotism and inequality to become a prosperous and egalitarian society.
Returning to Egypt for the first time since the revolution, an expat desktop rebel discovers the inspirational, the troubling and the simply bizarre.
Fundamentalists in America and Egypt are obsessed with “virtue “and “vice”. But the rise of Islamists threatens to bind Egyptian women in a moral vice.
Egypt’s junta and its army of collaborators have betrayed the Egyptian revolution, but the people will rise again.