The president’s political inexperience amidst an economic crisis does not bode well for his initial popularity following his power grab nearly a year ago.
The autocratic regimes and Islamist parties of the Arab world can take this time to learn from and fix their mistakes, or expect another uprising.
Rolling back democracy won’t remove the desire for freedom in the Arab world.
Activists across the Arab world continue to fight for human and civil rights despite violence and intimidation.
The imbalanced power relations between Egypt and the Gulf is mirrored by the treatment Egyptians have been receiving in the region.
More than 20 Yemeni farmers are reported to have been killed in what locals are calling a process of 'colonisation' by the Houthis.
His critics still welcome the ouster of Tunisia's President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali in the first of a series of uprisings in the Arab region in 2011. But economic woes have left many, especially young people, feeling the revolution is only half-won.
Egyptians began voting on Monday in a presidential election that guarantees victory to incumbent President Abdel Fattah el Sisi. Here are five things you should know about life in Egypt under his rule since 2013.
After seven years of war it can be easy to forget why Syrians rose up against Bashar al Assad in the first place. This is the story of one man's life under Baath Party rule in Syria.
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