Charles M. Sennott

Reporter's Notebook: Tahrir Square, Five Years Later
Five years ago, Egyptian demonstrators locked arms in the iconic protests of Tahrir Square. But today, few activists dare speak out against the government of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
January 25, 2016
For Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, a Return to the Underground
In the aftermath of the toppling of President Mohamed Morsi, the Islamist party appears to be retreating into its historical narrative as an underground movement.
July 18, 2013
Egypt Divided: U.S. Government Emerges as a Common Foe
The two sides may be bitterly divided, but they seem to agree on at least one thing: that the United States is at fault for the mess in which Egypt finds itself.
July 13, 2013
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.
February 11, 2013
Inside The Egyptian Military's Brutal Hold on Power
As with so many things in life, you need to follow the money…
January 24, 2012