Does Egypt Execution Spree Rest on Coerced Confessions?

by Joe Stork Egypt’s February 20 execution of nine men brought the total number of judicial executions so far this month to at least 15. The nine had been convicted for their alleged roles in the June 2015 car-bomb assassination… Continue Reading

Why No Bigger Regional Role for Egypt and Sisi?

by Derek Davison Since coming to power in a 2013 coup and then being elected to office the following year, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has frequently been compared (for better and for worse) to another military officer-turned politician from… Continue Reading