- The Egyptian State: Both deep and shallow - Ahram
- The March of Bahrain’s Hardliners - Carnegie
- In Egypt, a pharaoh falls and the mameluks march on - The National
- A verdict in Egypt: Back to the square | The Economist
- Syrian intervention risks upsetting global order - Washington Post
- Egypt falters on fuel payments, suppliers say | Reuters
- Monitoring body: Algerian elections "not credible" | Al Akhbar English
- US Embassy to American in trouble in Israel: 'You're not Jewish? Then we can't do anything to help you'
- Leila Fadel leaves Washington Post for NPR | JIMROMENESKO.COM
An excellent correspondent.
- Femmes : la face cachée du salafisme - Information - France Culture
- A Nation Polarized: What's Next for Egypt? - Al-Monitor
- Egypt Elections: Setback for the Transition - Carnegie
Marina Ottawy: results are "devastating"
- What Hosni Mubarak's trial can and can't tell us | Comment is free
- Election not living up to revolution, says Arab League chief | Egypt Independent
Nabil Arabi, with unprecedented comments by a sitting AL SG.
- Bilderberg 2012: the technocrats are rising at this year's annual conference
- Religious edicts support Morsy, ban voting for Shafiq | Egypt Independent
This points to a disastrous sectarianization of politics.
- Vous avez aimé Claude Guéant ? Vous adorerez Manuel Valls - Les blogs du Diplo
- Egypt's Military Council and the Transition to Democracy | Chatham House
- An Arab Citizen - Egypt's Liberals Draft 12-Point Charter Of The Covenant
- Understanding Yemen’s Al Qaeda Threat | Al Qaeda In Yemen | FRONTLINE | PBS
- BBC News - Abyei crisis: UN confirms Sudan troop pullout
- In Yemen, U.S. airstrikes breed anger, and sympathy for al-Qaeda - The Washington Post
- Prominent Islamophobes Identified As ‘Heading Up The Radical Right’ | ThinkProgress
- Deserting Refugees in the Sahara - IPS ipsnews.net
- Reform Front Party: Tunisia’s First Salafist Party : Tunisia Live
- Maher al-Beheiry to lead Constitutional Court in troubled political scene | Egypt Independent
- Activist Abdel-Fattah summoned for questioning over Shafiq HQ fire - Ahram Online
@alaa just the usual suspect now.
- Standard and Poor’s trouble la Tunisie en abaissant sa note souveraine
- Lisa Anderson | Public Sphere Forum
'Too Much Information:' International Affairs, Political Science and the Public Sphere
- Report from Cairo: Protests Erupt in Egypt as Mubarak’s Ex-PM Secures Spot in Presidential Runoff
Am featured here.
- gulfnews : Political Islamists arouse suspicion
- Don’t Blame the Copts!
- The Brotherhood and Mubarak - Al Jazeera World - Al Jazeera English
Important documentary - The Brotherhood and Mubarak Al Jazeera English #Egypt 48mins
- Judges demand explanation for increase in registered voters | Egypt Independent
An extra 4.8m voters compared to parl. elex
- U.N. Security Council blames Syrian government for civilian massacre - The Washington Post
- Minerva's owl flies at dusk: A quick reading of Egypt's presidential vote - Ahram Online
- Ahmed Shafik Counting on Egyptian Elites’ Fears - NYTimes.com
Shocker "@jessradio: The American Chamber of Commerce in #Egypt 'applauded' Shafik's admiration of Mubarak: "
- Massacre of the children as Syrian forces hit rebels | The Observer
- Notes from the Underground: Are Police Voting for Shafik?
- The Arab Spring and the coming crisis of faith | openDemocracy
- Egypt presidential elections: A visual breakdown of who voted for who and where - Ahram Online
- An Arab Citizen - مواطن عربي: One Way The Morsi-Shafiq Runoff Could Be Good For Egypt?
- Egypt's presidential election: The count begins | The Economist
A short take.
- Notes from the Underground: Voting Shafik Meant Choosing Morsi
@hackneylad I've actually articulated what we were talking about yesterday, that Morsi will win against Shafik
- Live updates: Mursi, Shafiq to face off in Egypt presidential runoff vote - Presidential elections news - Presidential elections 2012 - Ahram Online
Classy, and so in-touch with the street: Free Egyptians Party official spokesman calls Morsi an "Islamic fascist"
- Religioscope: Analyse: Ennahda 2012 - première année de l’exercice partagé du pouvoir en Tunisie
- NYT: Mohamed Morsi to Face Ahmed Shafik
Explosive quote from Sidhoum on Coptic support for Shafik.