from The Great Debate:

Despite the failed revolution, Egypt’s iron-fisted ruler won’t last

February 12, 2016


Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (R) waves during the opening ceremony of the new Suez Canal, in Ismailia, Egypt, August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

from The Great Debate:

Everything is negotiable in Egypt

August 30, 2013

As Egypt’s military-led government appears to be solidifying its gains, and Cairo largely succumbs to its harsh measures, talk of civil war has, for now, abated. One big reason for this is because in Egypt everything is negotiable.

from John Lloyd:

In Cairo, protesters challenge Mursi’s rule

July 1, 2013

CAIRO -- I’ve been in Egypt the past few days to witness the Egyptian people’s indignation at their president, Mohamed Mursi. But where best to watch? On Sunday I joined a march from a metro station in Cairo's Heliopolis district to the presidential palace. My fellow journalist Abdallah Hassan thought Tahrir Square would be jammed full early, and that the palace would be where the real action -- different from what preceded the ousting of President Hosni Mubarak two and a half years ago -- would be.

from Photographers' Blog:

Under attack in Tahrir Square

November 29, 2012

Cairo, Egypt

By Amr Abdallah Dalsh

I was on assignment on the Turkish-Syrian border when I was asked to come back home to help the Cairo team as the situation in Egypt developed with protests and clashes.