Egypt Elections

In Egypt, Fiscal Cliff Could Mean Political Chaos and Widespread Famine

Bessma Momani | Posted 06.05.2013 | Canada
Bessma Momani

To say that Egypt's economy is suffocating under the weight of a looming fiscal and political crisis is an understatement. But Egypt, a land of 86 million people in the heart of the Middle East, is simply too important to fail. Great political and regional chaos will follow if it does.

The Arab Spring Hasn't Saved Egypt, But Maybe a Militant Candidate Will

Peter Worthington | Posted 08.22.2012 | Canada
Peter Worthington

Even after the Arab Spring, it is too early to tell what Egypt's fate will be. But if there's one thing to be said, it's that military intervention in the form of Ahmed Shafik winning the election might actually save the country. The other presidential option is the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, a ruthless organization which supported the Nazis, and seeks to suppress democracy in the Middle East.

Egypt Military Ruler Warns Against 'Extremely Grave' Consequences

CP | Hadeel Al-Shalchi,Maggie Michael, The Associated Press | Posted 01.27.2012 | Canada Politics

CAIRO - On the eve of landmark elections, Egypt's military ruler warned Sunday of "extremely grave" consequences if the turbulent nation does not pull...