By Hardin Lang and Mokhtar Awad on April 4, 2014
With Egypt's political transition in turmoil, the U.S. can seize the opportunity for greater ties to Tunisia.
By Mokhtar Awad on March 28, 2014
A judiciary feeling confident enough to sentence 528 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death isn't indicative of a country transitioning to democracy.
By Hayes Brown on December 14, 2013
Several thousand U.S. military personnel currently operate around the world in places you probably wouldn't realize.
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By Zack Beauchamp on September 26, 2013
In one smart political science idea.
By Hayes Brown on August 22, 2013
Hundreds of Egyptian-Americans descended on Washington to show support for the Egyptian Army and denounce what they view as Obama's support of the Muslim Brotherhood.
By Hayes Brown on August 20, 2013
As the military government continues its crackdown, those trying to report on it are becoming targets themselves.
By Ben Armbruster on August 20, 2013
A top U.S. Senator says the Obama administration has quietly cut off aid to Egypt but the White House says that's "incorrect."
By Ben Armbruster on August 19, 2013
Adding fuel to the chaos in Egypt, judicial authorities ordered the release of former President Honsi Mubarak.
By Zack Beauchamp on August 15, 2013
President Obama condemned the killing in Egypt today. But what can he do about it?
By Ben Armbruster on August 15, 2013
The U.S. has yet to announce any policy shift after the Egyptian military's violent crackdown on supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.