Provincial Egyptians believe that moderate Islamists can construct an Egyptian model of democracy that respects their traditions and identity.
The army is giving Egyptians a stark choice: choose freedom and endure anarchy, or choose stability and put up with us.
With the United States and Europe on the verge of bankruptcy, the time has come to consider a radical solution – a single global currency.
Although designed to instil loyalty to the regime, Egyptian schools have been breeding grounds for rebellion and revolt.
In addition to withdrawing from the political front line, the army must also leave justice to the legal system.
Britain’s former foreign minister David Miliband has high hopes for the Arab revolutions.
Despite the political earthquake that has rid Egypt of its patriarch-in-chief, attitudes to gender remain largely the same. Now women must stand up for their rights.
Fear of retaliation from the old regime shouldn’t be used to limit Egyptians’ hard-won freedoms and attack peaceful protesters.
Amr Moussa is very popular with Egyptians, but should Egyptians play it safe with the best of the old guard or choose someone from the vanguard.
Muammar Gaddafi and Silvio Berlusconi have something in common: delusions of grandeur that keep them desperately holding on to the reins of power.