The U.S. says its not taking sides, but Egyptians see evidence that they are
Obama tries to avert an explosion of violence in the Arab world’s most populous country
The President responds sternly to a day of violent chaos in Egypt
Rand Paul’s attempt to stop aid to Egypt is likely to fail today in the Senate.
A conspiracy theory afoot in Egypt right now holds that Barack Obama may soon be impeached, having been caught sending $8 billion to the now-toppled Muslim Brotherhood government in exchange for Israel’s annexation of much of the …
A strange Arab alliance with Israel, and the American aid that comes with it.
A decision on U.S. aid to Cairo gets complicated
U.S. says cutting off aid immediately is not in its interests
The military ouster of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday places the Obama Administration in a difficult situation
If Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi fails to secure a IMF loan, Egypt could fall into a power vacuum, throwing the security of Egypt and the rest of the region into question.