TIMEP partnered with the Middle East Institute to host Amr Moussa, a veteran Egyptian politician and diplomat who served as foreign minister and Arab League secretary-general.
Continuing clashes in Port Said have led to increased violence, with police failing to subdue protesters and rioters who have been attacking police stations in the city. The chaos in
President Muhammad Morsi responded to the ongoing violence by reinstating a state of emergency and curfew in Port Said, Ismailia, and Suez. Port Said protesters, who had organized a funeral
In response to President Morsi’s recent presidential decree, the violent protests broke out between supporters and opponents. Tens of thousands gathered in Tahrir Square and opponents of the president clashed
The second day of the 2012 presidential election began today. As the voting progressed the Muslim Brotherhood quickly claimed that the candidate for the Freedom and Justice Party, Muhammed Morsi,
The first televised presidential debate took place tonight. The debate lasted four hours and aired on several different satellite television channels. The two candidates who participated were Amr Moussa and