Kristen McTighe

Egypt’s ‘rebels’ aim to oust Morsi with petition, protests

In a deeply polarized country, the grassroots Tamarod — or ‘Rebellion’ — campaign has harnessed growing frustration and discontent to unite a fractured opposition.

Do Egyptians want military rule?


Rhetoric and reality chart disparate futures for Islamists in Egypt


The revenge of Egypt’s old guard

Absent the Arab Spring limelight, refugee youth consider war with Morocco


The world’s food supply depends on Morocco. Here’s why


If hostilities renew between Morocco and Western Sahara rebels, production of a key mineral used in fertilizer would stall. Farmers on every continent could feel the pain.

Amid celebrations for Sisi, more mob sexual assault in Cairo’s Tahrir Square


Activists say harassment of women in Egypt has reached endemic levels.