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Promise of the revolution has given way to stifled dissent, reduced foreign investment and a decline in regional influence
The Arab uprising fuelled hopes of sweeping change. Three books explore why that did not happen as expected.
Former strongman whose 30-year reign ended with 2011 revolution
Autocrat ruled for 30 years until being ousted by popular revolt in 2011
Response to weeks of demonstrations has echoes of how Egyptian regime reacted in 2011
Arrests highlight autocratic regime’s hardening stance against dissent
Sisi’s intolerance of dissent has swept aside both opponents and political failures
The view that its leader is in control is not borne out by the pile-up of policy debris
A meticulous and surprisingly optimistic analysis of Egypt’s future
Hopes raised by revolution lie in ruins after former strongman goes home
After a radical reform, investors are returning, but can Cairo stay the course?
Court ruling opens up possibility former president will be released
The wall of fear that was so dramatically shattered is back up, stronger than before
Despite conflicts and woes, technology holds out hope for easing life’s harshness
The Democratic nominee’s actions in 2011 offer an insight into her likely foreign policies if she wins the presidency
The country is more repressive than during the rule of Mubarak
The Mediterranean’s largest gasfield will be a source of power and money
President likes to portray the army as the protector of the revolution, writes Wendell Steavenson
Egyptians used to laugh and smile, but not any more, a Cairo doorman tells Maggie Fick