Like the Pharaohs of old, Egypt’s President gives his people trophies – but doesn’t address their basic needs.
Todd Marcus, bass clarinetist from Baltimore, laments the suffering of people in the land of his forefathers.
How extremism migrated from Saudi Arabia to Egypt.
A government program in Egypt helps educate and train young blind woman as classical musicians.
To understand the Middle East today and its future, the Europe of the 19th century provides intriguing parallels.
Western leaders still grossly distort what’s going on in Egypt. It’s really no better than what happens in Syria.
The trials and tribulations behind raising support for liberal policies in Egypt and beyond.
Have the people of Egypt succumbed to a herd mentality justifying any action by the state?