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Can secularism survive in Egypt?
Egypt's political crisis might be an opportunity for moderate secularists.
Last updated: 09 Aug 2013 21:37 GMT
Is the US winning hearts and minds in Egypt?
Seen either as an interloper or manipulator, the US nonetheless tries its hand at playing negotiator.
Last updated: 04 Aug 2013 21:10 GMT
What did the 'revolutionary martyrs' die for?
Amid continuing turmoil in Egypt, Al Jazeera asks if the demands of those who died in the 2011 revolution are being met.
Last updated: 02 Aug 2013 22:40 GMT
Egypt's revolution: Dead or alive?
Stuck in a power struggle between the military and Muslim Brotherhood, Egyptians work to keep dream of revolution alive.
Last updated: 29 Jul 2013 17:51 GMT
Profile: Mohamed Morsi
Egyptian leader rose through Muslim Brotherhood's ranks to become country's first democratically elected president.
Last updated: 21 Jul 2013 07:12 GMT
Rope-a-dope: The strategy of Egypt's puppet masters
The political mechanics of the mass protests on June 30, have been largely misrepresented by sections of the media.
Last updated: 05 Jul 2013 14:06 GMT
Key players in Egypt's politics
Al Jazeera examines key players in Egypt's politics.
Last updated: 04 Jul 2013 07:15 GMT
Morsi tells Egypt army to withdraw ultimatum
President insists he has constitutional legitimacy as deadline from army looms.
Last updated: 02 Jul 2013 21:36 GMT
The armed forces ultimatum and the future of Egypt
Richard Falk examines the causes of the current anti-Morsi protests and considers the possible outcomes for Egypt.
Last updated: 02 Jul 2013 15:23 GMT
Egypt army denies torture allegations
President Morsi closes ranks with military after a leaked report accused soldiers of torturing protesters.
Last updated: 12 Apr 2013 23:18 GMT
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