Trolling the Israel-Palestine Conflict
LET THEM EAT CAKE
Davos Quickly Forgot Inequality
Slice of history
Churchill’s Egyptian Getaway
The Old Cataract Hotel has played grand host to the likes of Churchill, Mitterrand and Agatha Christie—but in the wake of Egypt’s revolution, it’s facing a slow death on the Nile.
Egypt’s Bloody Orwell Move
Two years ago, the country’s security services massacred protesters during a violent week of activism. Now, the military is planning to honor the very ‘martyrs’ it shot to death.
How the Power of Protest Died in Egypt
With Egypt's first democratically president detained by the army in an unknown location, Hosni Mubarak released from jail and the army back in power, have Egypt's revolutionaries ceded street power to military rule?
An S.O.S. From Egypt
The NGO convictions should sound an alarm. The hope for democratic change is at stake. By Jane Harman.
Egypt Sentences American Workers
Egypt convicted 43 American NGO workers, including Sam LaHood, son of the U.S. Transportation secretary. Vivian Salama speaks with one of the Americans sentenced in absentia to jail time.