Sherine Tadros

Sherine Tadros

Middle East

Egypt on tenterhooks ahead of mass protests

Reluctance to hold the army accountable, and failures by the Muslim Brotherhood, could culminate in further violence.

Egypt on tenterhooks ahead of mass protests

Politics

How Sudan's Bashir survived the Arab Spring

Despite poverty and rising prices activists haven't sparked a movement comparable to what happened in Egypt or Tunisia.

How Sudan's Bashir survived the Arab Spring

Middle East

Electricity and intrigue in Egypt

Angry Egyptians who have to endure power cuts on a daily basis are blaming the crisis on the president.

Electricity and intrigue in Egypt

Middle East

All roads lead to military rule

As I was crashing to make the deadline for my elections piece on the first day of voting, I trawled through the raw pictures the cameraman had collected from various polling stations looking for that classic woman-holding-up-purple-finger-and-smiling shot. I didn't find it. There were lots

All roads lead to military rule

Middle East

Egypt’s presidential debate: Old vs New

The Arab world's first televised Presidential debate took place on Thursday night in Cairo. The two frontrunners in the Presidential race battled it out for almost 5 hours on live television, but who won?

Egypt’s presidential debate: Old vs New

Middle East

The 'Islamist' dilemma

'Islamist' is one of those words journalists hate to use but can’t live without.

The 'Islamist' dilemma

Politics

Egypt military's economic empire

Calls for accountability and transparency grow at a time the military has fallen out of favour with the public.

Egypt military's economic empire

Middle East

Time for Egypt's economic revolution

Egypt's uprising was about reclaiming dignity, but one year on, jobs are scarce, tourism is down, and parents still can't put food on the table.

Time for Egypt's economic revolution

Middle East

Another Gaza war?

On the eve of the second anniversary of Israel's devastating "Operation Cast Lead" assault on Hamas-controlled Gaza Str

Another Gaza war?

Politics

Playing hardball with Netanyahu?

Obama is not likely to blink first regarding illegal settlements in the West Bank.

Playing hardball with Netanyahu?

Israel

Nablus takes an economic breather

Palestinians say occupation must end if the West Bank is to achieve economic progress.

Nablus takes an economic breather

Israel

The waste of Israel's Gaza war

Six months on, Palestinians still wait for the chance to rebuild their lives.

The waste of Israel's Gaza war