Tycoon Petro Poroshenko is likely to focus on stability, and repairing ties with Russia, more than on fighting corruption.
Reasserting control of the Suez Canal Development Project, the military now seems to have everything in its hands -- for better or worse.
Egypt's Red Sea tourism industry was already in bad shape before Sunday's terrorist attack on a tourist bus.
US Syria Bombing: Syrian Refugees In Egypt Face Increasing Hostility Due to Crackdown On Islamists, While Their Numbers Grow
Syrian refugees in Egypt and those who would wish to go there are facing backlash and anger -- and little safety.
Egyptian Revolution: Temporarily Out Of Service - Turmoil Disrupts Education, Work And Career Paths Of Youth
Egypt’s turmoil is forcing its young people to put jobs, careers and education on hold, and nobody knows how long the interruption will last.
Egypt’s Conflict: After The Military Government’s Violent Crackdown There Seems To Be No Safe Side For U.S. To Be On
Both sides in Egypt blame the U.S. for contributing to the problem. In the wake of all the violence, which side should the U.S. be on?
Egyptian Women's Revolution, Interrupted: Sexual Violence Against Women Accompanies Political Upheaval In Cairo
Continuing unrest in Egypt has brought an upsurge in sexual violence against women, indicating a deeper crisis in the revolution's identity.
The Muslim Brotherhood's fall from power in Egypt may turn out to be good news for even more radical Islamists with a violent agenda.
The ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood-backed government hasn't begun to solve Egypt's many economic problems. Here's what needs to happen -- fast.
The Egyptian currency has lost 8 percent against the dollar in 2013, and the embattled government is out of ideas on what to do.
John Kerry's visit to Russia heralded a change in America's position on Syria, but things are still a bit bumpy between Washington and Moscow.
Millions in rations and medical supplies won't topple Bashar al-Assad. Here's what the rebels' General Salim Idriss really wants to get.
The tiny but very rich state of Qatar is giving Egypt lots of money. It may be trying to buy influence, as the Morsi government struggles with finances.
Hosni Mubarak and his cronies are gone, but two years after their fall, Egypt is beset by political unrest and economic problems.
Egypt is facing another violence wave, as citizens begin to wonder if the revolution has benefited the economy. The numbers are not good.
Egypt's Hosni Mubarak’s Millions: Now That The Arab Spring Is Over, President Morsi's Government Wants To Recover The Money
Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak will go on trial again on corruption charges. But the new government wants the money back –- and there may be a really big pile of it.
A $1.45 billion investment and phone launch prove Egypt's new leadership has a friend among tech titans.
Mohammed Morsi's government has the hard job of rebuilding Egypt's economy, but the IMF's $4.8 billion will make it a bit easier.
The Morsi government stands to gain a lot from brokering a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. The hard part? Making it happen.
The Muslim Brotherhood-dominated Egypt government has had its ups/downs with Obama. Now, Cairo's message is clear: help improve our economy.
Egypt, the world's Arab most populous nation, is betting heavily on foreign investment to help kick-start its faltering economy.
Russia has many motives to keep supporting Syria's dictator -- e.g., arms contracts, naval base access -- but energy is the real reason.
Banking in line with the Koran's prohibition on paying interest is an expanding sector, and the ascent of the Muslim Brotherhood to power in Egypt is going to help it grow faster.
Yemen is going through a difficult political transition after the ouster of president Ali Abdallah Saleh, but that isn't as bad as its humanitarian crisis