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In Egypt, Muslim Brotherhood Steps Up, but Role Is Uncertain - NYTimes.com


Q+A-Will other N.African states go way of Egypt and Tunisia? | News by Country | Reuters


Tunisia, Egypt and the protracted collapse of the American empire - Le Monde diplomatique - English edition


BBC News - Egypt crisis 'costing economy $310m a day'


Egypt creates $854 mln compensation fund  - Yahoo! News UK


Four killed in fights over gas cylinders, many injured in fights over bread | Al-Masry Al-Youm: Today's News from Egypt


Egypt youth to announce formation of 25-person negotiating body, including Baradei, Zewail and Moussa - Politics - Egypt - Ahram Online


Understanding revolutionary Egypt - An FP roundtable discussion | The Middle East Channel mideast.foreignpolicy.com

What do we do about Egypt now? | Stephen M. Walt


The Egyptian Military Calculus | The Middle East Channel



"We are the law, we are the state" - Cairo youths at neighborhood checkpoint Asharq Alawsat Newspaper (English) www.aawsat.com

FT.com / Middle East & North Africa - Mubarak warned over European aid www.ft.com

FT.com / Middle East & North Africa - Egyptian army seen as riven by factionalism www.ft.com

M of A - From Dictator To Dictator - Obama's "Orderly Transition" www.moonofalabama.org

Where Egypt military's loyalties lie remains unclear www.washingtonpost.com

Facebook and YouTube Fuel the Egyptian Protests - NYTimes.com www.nytimes.com


Stability of Egypt Hinges on a Divided Military - NYTimes.com www.nytimes.com

Egypt's army instructed to help foreign media Asharq Alawsat Newspaper (English) www.aawsat.com

Cairo protests:The west has a duty to nurture democracy | Observer editorial | Comment is free | The Observer www.guardian.co.uk

Issandr El Amrani

Issandr El Amrani is a Cairo-based writer and consultant. His reporting and commentary on the Middle East and North Africa has appeared in The Economist, London Review of Books, Financial Times, The National, The Guardian, Time and other publications. He also publishes one of the longest-running blog in the region, www.arabist.net.