How The 'Right Side Of History' Guided Obama's Foreign Policy

Politics | Jonah Bennett
U.S. President Obama walks back to the Oval Office after participating in a joint press conference with Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington

‘The entire national security team recommended unanimously handling Mubarak differently than we did’

Former SecDef: Obama's National Security Advisers Are Totally Naive

Politics | Jonah Bennett
Robert Gates

‘In the interest of U.S. national security’

Cutting military aid will embolden Egypt's extremists

Opinion | Bill Cowan

The Muslim Brotherhood refuses to cooperate in part because of the administration’s calls for a ‘return to democracy’

Egypt goes from bad to worse

Opinion | Kori Schake

The al-Sisi government won’t eliminate the Muslim Brotherhood — they’ve only driven it to violence.

COULTER: Arab Spring -- worst soap ever?

Opinion | Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter

‘Democrats are so opposed to promoting the U.S.’s interests, it doesn’t occur to them that they might coincide with those of other people.’

3 leaders you probably thought were dead but aren't

World | Jamie Weinstein
Hosni Mubarak

They may not be well, but they are still alive

Egypt's Morsi seeks to rekindle flame with Iran - TheDC

World | Melissa Quinn

Muslim Brotherhood’s president-elect: ‘We must restore normal relations with Iran’

Egyptian activists still hungry for revolution - TheDC

World | Adam Jablonowski

Egyptian protests call for accountability from military government

Former President Carter praises Egypt elections - AP

World | admin
Jimmy Carter

Islamist parties have taken a solid majority in the parliament

Prosecution demands death for Egypt's Mubarak - AP

World | Steven Nelson (admin)
'Retribution is the solution,' declares prosecutor

Egypt prosecutor: Mubarak responsible for killings - AP

World | admin

During the 18-day uprising that toppled his regime last year

Jordan's King Abdallah on how no one trusts Obama's government

Editorial | Barry Rubin

The administration is undermining U.S. relations with moderate Arab regimes.

U.S. met with Egypt Islamists, says U.S. diplomat - Reuters

World | Laura Donovan

U.S. officials met with members of the Muslim Brotherhood’s political party after Washington said it would have direct contacts with Egypt’s largest Islamist organization

Lawyer charges Mubarak is an impostor, part of Israeli-American conspiracy - TheDC

World | Jamie Weinstein

On the first day of the trial of the former Egyptian dictator, a lawyer declares that Mubarak actually died in 2004

Mubarak faces the music as trial opens - AP

World | Steven Nelson (admin)

Prosecuting Mubarak is widely popular among a public angered by widespread corruption, police abuses and his lock on political power

Report: Hosni Mubarak out of coma - CNN

World | Laura Donovan

Egypt’s former leader has reportedly woken up from a short-lived coma

Mubarak to face trial for killing of protesters - NYT

World | interns

Egypt’s top prosecutor announced today that former President Hosni Mubarak will stand trial for the killings

Egyptian court dissolves Mubarak's political party - VOA

World | Steven Nelson (admin)

Founded by Anwar Sadat in the late 1970s, the party became a focal point of discontent in recent months and years

Egypt’s Mubarak detained for investigation - AP

World | admin

Egypt’s prosecutor general announced Wednesday the 15-day detention of former President Hosni Mubarak