National Security Council


President Morsi National Security Council Meeting Urges All Parties to Renounce Violence

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi chairs meeting with members of National Security Council, issues statement reiterating respect for freedom of peaceful protest.

Egypt’s National Front Meets to Support True Partnership with Presidential Institution

Various parties, groups and movements making up the Egyptian national front meets in preparation for real endeavors to achieve the goals of the January 25 (2011) revolution as well as

The Obama administration’s quiet approach to Arab reform

While the last two years have witnessed a few modest advances in political reform in Arab countries--importantly, women appear to be participating politically in larger numbers--the general trend has been

Interview with Gerhard Schweizer

Sabre-rattling in its foreign affairs and power struggles in its domestic politics are prompting many observers to wonder where exactly Turkey is heading. The cultural historian Gerhard Schweizer, an authority

US Muslim envoy visiting Egypt

Special Representative to Muslim Communities for the United States Department of State Farah Pandith will visit Egypt from June 15 to June 18.

Does Obama Have His Own Freedom Agenda Or Not?

Barack Obama's administration is extremely touchy about claims that its "engagement" policy amounts to old-fashioned "realism," with America offering autocratic allies a free pass on human rights and democracy promotion