Egypt in Crisis, U.S. Must Act for Human Rights

Two years after the resignation of President Mubarak, here we are once again with protesters back in the Egyptian streets, facing army tanks and tear gas and this time with…

December 7, 2012


Egypt’s Generals Retake Power

At this critical moment for Egypt's future, the Obama administration must state its support for an Egyptian government rooted in respect for human rights.

June 18, 2012


The Mubarak Trial that Wasn’t

The verdict in the Mubarak trial proved that the president is not above the rule of law but failed to provide truth and accountability for human rights abuses.

June 5, 2012


Egypt Must Not Hold Its NGOs Hostage

A new wave of repression in Egypt against NGOs is intended to ensure that civil society play little role in developing a new political culture for Egypt.

February 14, 2012