Topic: Egypt

  • The king and the field marshal

    A dense network of financial and industrial titans, stretching from Cairo to Saudi Arabia, sustains Egypt's counterrevolution.

  • Defend basic rights in Egypt

    Activists and academics from Egypt and around the world are circulating a petition to demand essential democratic rights.

  • Standing up for democratic rights in Egypt

    Individuals and groups are have joined forces to call on the Egyptian military government to respect democracy.

  • Egypt's revolutionary tides

    Mobilizing to Tahrir Square on the third anniversary of our revolution was significant even if the effort fell short.

  • Keeping the spirit of Tahrir alive

    A member of the Revolutionary Socialists in Egypt spoke at a screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary The Square.

  • Pretext for a crackdown

    Egypt's military government used its campaign to pass a new constitution as a justification for repressing all dissent.

  • The fire of revolution still burns

    Three years since the Arab Spring, the uprisings across the Arab world have endured setbacks, but the flame of the revolt is far from extinguished.

  • Revolution and state repression in Egypt

    An Egyptian labor lawyer and socialist, facing a new threat of arrest, describes the latest wave of repression against the left.

  • Protest the repression in Egypt

    Solidarity activists are speaking out against the Egyptian military's crackdown on leading left-wing figures and their organizations.

  • Nueva senda revolucionaria

    En su declaración fundacional, un frente unido de revolucionarios egipcios esboza su estrategia para continuar la lucha.

  • A revolutionary front in Egypt

    A united front of Egyptian revolutionaries has issued a founding statement outlining its strategy for continuing the struggle

  • Thrown behind bars in Cairo

    Dr. Tarek Loubani and John Greyson are on a hunger strike to protest their incarceration in Egypt for more than a month.

  • Egyptian revolutionary is released

    Haitham Mohamedein of the Revolutionary Socialists was released from detention without charge after a protest campaign.

  • Defend Haitham Mohamedain

    Haitham Mohamedain, a lawyer and activist with the Revolutionary Socialists, has been arrested by the Egyptian military.

  • The counterrevolution cries conspiracy

    Egypt's military rulers are denouncing their opponents as traitors working for foreign powers in order to cover the true character of their dictatorial regime.

  • The main enemy is the state

    A member of Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists looks at the prospects for the revolution amid the murderous repression of the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • Twists and turns in the Arab Spring

    The uprisings that shook the Arab world starting in 2011 are part of a long-term--and ongoing--revolutionary process.

  • Will Mubarak go free?

    The hated former dictator may soon be a free man--while Egypt's military rulers pack the jails with their opponents.

  • We stand with Egypt's masses

    The Revolutionary Socialists have issued a "Letter to Egyptian Revolutionaries" in response to the military's barbaric crackdown.

  • The military's reign of terror in Cairo

    The Egyptian military unleashed a slaughter with its Wednesday assault on protest camps of Muslim Brotherhood supporters.

  • The military's new massacres in Egypt

    Scores of people are dead in Cairo and across Egypt as the military escalates its deadly crackdown against the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • Resisting anew the theft of the revolution

    Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists say the actions of interim President Adly Mansour follow the path of the previous dictators.

  • Freedom is in the hands of the people

    Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists respond to the killing of Muslim Brotherhood protesters with a call to defend the revolution.

  • Todo Egipto es Tahrir

    La caída de Mohamed Morsi llegó a manos de los militares, pero ha iniciado una nueva etapa de la Revolución Egipcia.

  • The democracy of the streets

    Mohamed Morsi's ouster is being described as a coup--but to do so is to dismiss the united action of millions of Egyptians.