Whoever runs the U.S. embassy in Cairo’s Twitter feed is snarky and not about to take any ... well you know.
The embassy attacks in Libya and Egypt heighten a growing concern that the Arab Spring is being undermined by fundamentalist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood.
If we are not going to fight this kind of enemy the right way, it is not worth doing at all, and we should come home from these nations entirely.
Fatma Nabil is the first journalist to appear on Egyptian state TV with a hijab. She represents a new era of personal freedom and the end of state-sponsored oppression.
Morsi's recent sacking of two military officials may prove to be a double-edged sword.
Over the weekend, President Mohammed Morsi ordered the retirement of the top two military chiefs in Egypt and replaced the editors of the major state-owned media outlets.
Was Israel's Mossad intelligence service behind attack?
Without dedicated political representation and with old regime cronies still running the factories, how Egyptian workers will fare under the new system is up in the air.