The French businessman behind Africa's ambitious Russia-Ukraine peace plan
"At a certain moment in your life, you have some tools. And I have some tools," Brazzaville Foundation President Jean-Yves Ollivier told Newsweek.
After tripping up in Saudi Arabia, Biden seeks to regain foothold in Egypt
"To have a less robust relationship would give the U.S. less leverage," Jonathan Cohen, Biden's former ambassador to Egypt, told Newsweek.
In Sissi's Egypt, It Is Always 1984
The paranoia and violence that Abdel Fattah el-Sissi showed at the time of the 2013 Rabaa massacre have continued, albeit in a different form.
El-Sissi is Bullying Rivals Ahead of Egypt's Election
A prime example: Khaled Ali, a prominent Egyptian lawyer who faces trial for making an obscene gesture.
Sissi Looks to Seize on Trump's Human Rights Apathy
With Obama in the rearview, here's what to expect from Abdel Fattah el-Sissi's trip to the White House.
Why the Trump, el-Sissi Romance Might Not Last in Egypt
Egyptian-American affairs have long been characterized by wild swings and ruptures.
Don't Blame Obama for Egypt's Political Mess
Pro-government elites remain convinced that the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi's election as Egypt's president was somehow the work of the U.S.
No Niqabs, No 'Hot Shorts,' Egyptian Women's Dress Code
The government of Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is increasingly concerned with how women dress.
The Return of the Arab Dictator
The hopes of the Arab Spring are dashed, and Egypt is again setting the standard for oppression in the region.
Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi's Struggle for Egypt
Steven A. Cook discusses the Egyptian president's op-ed in the Wall St Journal.
Al Jazeera Journalists Seek Pardon From Egypt's Sisi
The Al Jazeera journalists are accused of spreading false reports and supporting the Muslim Brotherhood.
Two Al-Jazeera Journalists Freed After Presidential Pardon
President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi allegedly pardoned the two TV journalists on the eve of the major Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha.
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Cairo Car Bombing
The group's Egypt affiliate, Sinai Province, said Thursday's bombing, which wounded 29 people, was a reprisal for the execution of six of its members last year.
The Unjust Legacy of Egypt's Darkest Day
In the two years since the massacre at Rabaa al-Adawiya Square, not a single security officer has been charged for the hundreds of deaths that day.
In Republican Debate, Cruz Praises Egyptian Dictator Al-Sisi
During the first Republican presidential primary debate on Thursday night, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz suggested President Barack Obama should take a cue from President Abdelfattah al-Sisi of Egypt when it comes to dealing with religious extremists.
Egypt's Sisi Says Independence for Iraq's Kurds Would Be 'Catastrophic'
Iraq's five million Kurds, who have ruled themselves in relative peace since the 1990s, have expanded their territory by up to 40 percent in recent weeks
Egypt's President Says He Won't Interfere With Courts
"We must respect judicial rulings and not criticize them even if others do not understand this," Sisi said
Egypt's Sisi Wins Presidential Election With More Than 90 Percent of Vote
A lower-than-expected turnout figure raised questions about the credibility of a man idolized by his supporters as a hero
The Arab Spring Has Sprung
There is more to democracy than merely holding elections