Egypt’s Fractured Revolution Two Years On
Two years after the fall of Mubarak, Charles M. Sennott returns to Egypt to find some of the revolution’s biggest leaders bitterly divided, and reflecting on some of the mistakes made along the way.
“The Lonely Battle of Wael Ghonim”
Inside The Egyptian Military’s Brutal Hold on Power
As with so many things in life, you need to follow the money…
Why Is America Reaching Out to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood?
As the final results of Egypt’s parliamentary elections come in this week, the country’s Islamists are walking away the biggest winners.
Islamists: The Biggest Winners in Egypt’s Elections
Liberal parties and youth activists may have sparked Egypt’s revolution, but the country’s Islamists seem to be walking away the biggest winners in the first parliamentary elections since the fall of Hosni Mubarak last February. But what do we – and don’t we – know about Egypt’s Islamists?
Key Egyptian Revolutionary Advising “Occupy Wall Street”
Since the “Occupy Wall Street” protests in New York and its offshoots first broke out, protesters have invited comparisons to … Continue reading
Sennott Discusses Egyptian Revolution’s “Second Wave”
“What you see in Egypt now is fatigue, but not a loss of hope,” Charles M. Sennott told the PBS … Continue reading