Egypt’s obvious future successor

A trip last August by the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to the US highlights what the ruler had in mind regarding the future where he assured Middle East experts in

Will Gamal inherit power?

The US' study reveals the real intention of the Egyptian ruling regime with the crippling of opposition with the drafted Article 76.

Egypt’s opposition misled by fixation with Mubarak’s son

Political opposition in Egypt has been stirred by a recent campaign against Gamal Mubarak, the son of the president Hosni Mubarak, becoming Egypt’s new president in 2011.

Independent judges will rain check Club’s presidential elections but will keep their eyes open.

The Judges independent movement announced that it would not nominate any candidates for the Judges Club Presidential elections which are scheduled to take place January 15, 2010.

Analysis: Egypt faces new dynastic struggle

Young King Tutankhamen followed a powerful predecessor to the Egyptian throne, made historic changes with the backing of his generals – and died before coming of age.

Play fair, and Egypt may yet be land of the rising son

To his supporters he is a voice of reform in a stagnant country. To his detractors he represents the ruling elite responsible for the stagnation of the Arab world’s most

Gamal Mubarak: Egypt’s Next Unelected President

In Egypt, the 28-year rule of US-backed president Hosni Mubarak has been most notable for political intimidation of opponents, suppression of dissent, and silencing any and all who dare challenge

No Successor in Egypt

According to Amro Hassan, this weekend’s National Democratic Party conference failed to ease fears over Egyptian succession. While many had hoped the conference would address the issue of President Hosni

Top CEIP Researcher: US Has no View over Mubarak’s Possible Successor

Michele Dunne, a senior associate at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) and editor-in-chief of the CEIP’s Arab Reform Bulletin, sees that it is the Egyptian people’s right to have