Posts tagged “Egypt”

Why Egypt’s Generals Are a Dying Breed

In the near term, bet on the men with the guns. The …

Posted August 20th, 2013

Egypt’s Army Crosses the Rubicon

“Sire, clear the square with gunfire or abdicate.” That was the message …

Posted August 16th, 2013

Blood in the Square

Can’t wait till the Olympics? Then whet your appetite on rhetorical acrobatics …

Posted August 15th, 2013

Shiny Boots in Power, Egypt Style

One can read thousands of words about Egypt and have less sense …

Posted August 8th, 2013

Will the War Party’s Fall Be Rand Paul’s Rise?

Interventionism’s last hurrahs are mindless adherence to policies of a long-dead past.

Posted August 2nd, 2013

Our Foreign Policy Once Made Sense

Understandably, the Muslim Brotherhood is enraged. Having won the presidency of Egypt …

Posted July 9th, 2013

In Egypt, Protest Without Ceasing

After a surge of recent protests, Egypt’s military issued an ultimatum on …

Posted July 2nd, 2013

Egypt’s Blasphemy Laws–Still a Bad Idea

It’s a strange variation on a common theme in post-revolution Egypt: the …

Posted June 19th, 2013

The Arab Spring: A Reality Check

A few days after the fall of the Mubarak regime in Egypt …

Posted December 14th, 2012

Impressed by Morsi

An old friend who has become, sadly, a near caricature of an …

Posted September 26th, 2012

The First Unmistakable Sign of Panic from the Romney Campaign

Before yesterday, I had assumed that the Romney campaign was perhaps mildly …

Posted September 12th, 2012

Egyptian Army Minds Its Own “Business”

The military’s grip on the country’s politics may slip, but it still owns the economy.

Posted June 26th, 2012

Egypt’s Military Rule: Is Krauthammer Satisfied?

The Headline on National Review Online’s “The Corner” blog said it all: …

Posted June 19th, 2012