02/11/2015 . By Adel Ramadan

“As long as murder is committed collectively, punishment is imposed collectively,” Judge Mohammed Nagy Shehata said in a television interview on February 2, 2015 – the day the Giza Criminal

06/06/2014 . By TIMEP

Washington, D.C. – The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) is deeply troubled by recent reports that the Egyptian government plans to more expansively monitor social media and news

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

04/07/2014 . By Basil El-Dabh and Ramy Yaacoub

By: Ramy Yaacoub & Basil El-Dabh In response to Pope Tawadros II’s recent statements regarding Egypt’s current conditions and human rights Current Affairs “How can we talk about human rights

01/24/2014 . By Ryan Suto

Egypt’s constitution has recently garnered praise for its “commitment to abide by international human rights treaties signed by Egypt.” Yet a close analysis shows that such praise may yet be

01/23/2014 . By Dwight Bashir

Some in Egypt hail the overwhelming backing of last week’s constitutional referendum as a repudiation of the 2012 constitution approved during the Morsi era. However, most Egyptians would tell you