Within Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, tension between the group's younger and older generations is growing.
Egypt: where you are taking your career in your hands by the simple act of raising four fingers.
The Cairo-based correspondent calls the impending law a "more aggressive authoritarian order than the one we rose up against in 2011."
Nation editor Katrina vanden Heuvel talks about the opportunity for collaboration with Russia in Syria.
Stephen F. Cohen went on CNN to talk about the opportunity Putin is giving the USA.
Prof. Stephen F. Cohen goes on HuffPost Live to promote diplomacy with Russia.
Blowback into Jordan is a new concern.
Despite EU attempts to broker a peaceful political settlement, the prospect of continued bloodshed is very real.
Sharif Abdel Kouddous, speaking from Cairo, joined Amy Goodman on Democracy Now! to analyze the allegations against ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, the protests surrounding his arrest warrant and the response from the Obama administration.
More and more, it seems that the revolt that mobilized against the Muslim Brotherhood was manipulated by the powers-that-be.
The fissures between between Egypt’s interim government and the Muslim Brotherhood party it replaced in power continue to widen.