Despite the recent election, many questions on Egypt's future remain unanswered.
The White House has declined to label the July 3 ouster of Morsi a coup, a move that would legally require it to cut off the $1.5 billion (mostly military) aid it provides to Egypt annually.
Pinochet and al-Sisi have more in common than a love of dark sunglasses.
One of the most striking features of the current Egyptian crisis has been the response by most of the US Left and progressives.
One slogan from Tahrir Square sounds particularly foolish now.
The Muslim Brotherhood “martyrs” are waiting for death and expecting it, and the military and police are obliging.
Or does a civil war loom?
He’s slapping the military with one hand and paying it with the other.
Gunfire by the Muslim Brotherhood and the Egyptian military are clouding hopes in Cairo.
How Scott Walker counted on people being accustomed to hypocrisy. Is that democracy?
The Egyptian military may not be the people’s friend for long.
How a massive revolution forced the army to intervene, in service of the people.