Special Reports

08/08/2014 . By Allison McManus and Dr. Nancy Okail

Nearly two months into the presidency of Abdel-Fattah El Sisi, the character of the Sisi era of governance is beginning to take shape. While many believe it is yet early

06/19/2014 . By Dr. Nancy Okail

In attempt to address the dangerous implications of Egypt’s sexual violence epidemic, TIMEP has dedicated a special issue with a series of articles and a week of events in Washington.

04/07/2014 . By David Johnson

The specter of sectarian conflict haunts many societies around the world, and Egypt is no stranger to the costs of this pernicious phenomenon. Egypt’s religious minorities—followers of Coptic (and other