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by: Roula Khalaf 2010-9-16
For many years Egyptian businessmen have struggled with the ups and downs of economic reforms, but one thing they never worried about was who is in charge of the Arab world’s most populous country...

2010-1-17
The Muslim Brotherhood, the banned fundamentalist party considered the largest opposition force in Egypt, has chosen a new leader who is expected to reduce the group’s participation in politics...

by: By Roula Khalaf 2009-12-19
Just a few years ago, talk of a possible inherited succession in Egypt was considered taboo. In any case, the message, from the top down,..

by: By Yolande Knell 2009-12-19
Opposition leaders and advocacy groups give a grim assessment of human rights in Egypt and fear the situation could worsen in the coming months ahead of parliamentary elections due next November and a presidential poll expected in 2011...

by: By Heba Saleh and Roula Khalaf 2009-12-19
Before President Hosni Mubarak stepped on to the podium at the ruling National Democratic Party conference last month, delegates were treated to a short video clip showing successive outbursts of Middle Eastern violence...

by: Heba Saleh, Abeer Allam,Simeon Kerr 2009-7-2
When Wael Abbas, an Egyptian blogger and political activist, was detained by prosecutors in April after an altercation with his neighbour, a police officer, he used Twitter, the social networking website, to keep the world updated on his interrogation. ..

by: Gideon Rachman 2008-1-23
President George W. Bush’s “freedom agenda” has run into the Middle Eastern sand. The president himself will be the last to recognise this. Speaking in the United Arab Emirates on January 13, he hailed a “great new era” of “the advance of freedom”...

by: David Gardner 2008-1-23
In 2003, President George W. Bush proclaimed a “forward strategy for freedom in the Middle East”, arguing that experience had taught the US “stability cannot be purchased at the expense of liberty”...