Why Washington's policy toward Cairo is pretty spot on (except for a few things).
With Middle East peace talks coming and the Muslim Brotherhood on the rocks, now’s the time to bankrupt Gaza’s Islamists.
Egypt's new rulers have $12 billion to spend. Can they make enough economic progress to stave off disaster?
Will conflict in the Middle East trigger the next great power war?
When anti-Americanism is this popular in Egypt, Washington should stay as far away as it can.
Run the numbers, and you’ll see that Egypt’s coup may be just what the country needed.
The Salafi ultra-radicals are now Egypt's new power brokers.
Nearly 60 years ago, Egypt's generals tried to crush the Muslim Brotherhood. It didn’t go well.
As Egypt reels, Yemenis wonder: Will the revolution spill over again?
How the voice of Arab freedom became a shill for Egypt's Islamists.
Can the wealthy powerbrokers of the Persian Gulf create the Egypt they want?
Why is Washington being so quiet about the tumultuous upheaval in Egypt?
The day after a massacre, Egypt's Islamists settle in for a long fight.
Why Middle East moderates need to seize the opportunity in Egypt to craft a new political movement.
Massacring unarmed protestors is more common than you might think -- and governments often get away with it.
As the streets of Cairo erupt in chaos, Jerusalem wonders if the military can set things right again.
Why Egypt's islamists are kissing up to the army that's gunning them down.
Supporters of Egypt's ousted president poured into Cairo's streets on Friday, clashing violently with the army and Brotherhood opponents.
Fighting marginalization -- and much worse -- from all sides.
In a turbulent time, Cairo's military is the best friend the United States has got.