Added on 07/08/2011
Michael J. Totten
Anwar Sadat , Armin Rosen , Army , Beirut , Bucharest , Budapest , Cairo , Center for Political and Strategic Studies , Democracy , EGP , Egypt , Egypt Protests , Electricity , Europe , Food and Drink , Free Egypt Party , Gamal Abdel Nasser , head of state , Hizballah , Hosni Mubarak , Israel , Journalist , Lebanon , Middle East , Mohamed Hussein Tantawi , Mohammad Adel , Muslim Brotherhood , Paranoia , Prague , Prime Minister , Salafist , Supreme Council of the Armed Forces , Sweden , Syria , Tahrir Square , United States , vice chairman , Wafd , Wafd Party , Zamalek
MICHAEL J. TOTTEN: I’ve spent a lot of time with the key players in Egypt’s developing democracy. It’s very clear that the real battle for the country’s – and the region’s – future has just begun.
Added on 09/03/2011
James M. Dorsey
Al Ahly , Al Ahly SC , Al Masry , Alexandria , Ben Ali , Cairo , Cairo’s Military Academy Stadium , Colonel , Egypt , Egyptian Football Association , Egyptian military , Football , Hosni Mubarak , Kenya , Libya , Moammar Gadaffi , Mohamed Hussein Tantawi , Morocco , National Democratic Party , North Africa , Port Said’s Al Masry SC , Premier League , Rwanda , Soccer , Supreme Council of the Armed Forces , Tunis , Tunisia , Zine Abedine Ben Ali
JAMES M. DORSEY: Tunisian and Egyptian reluctance to restart football reflects the changing role of soccer and the sense of empowerment felt by fans.