Middle East

Why China should still care about a restive Arab World: The SinoFile

There are plenty of Bouazizi's in Beijing.

Egypt teeters between winning back revolution and total chaos

With so many factions bumping elbows on the streets of Cairo, can Egyptian youth take back their revolution?

Journalist Robert Fisk criticizes shallow news coverage of Middle East

“There is, I think, among journalists today and particularly in the United States, an osmotic-parasitic relationship between journalism and power,” said Robert Fisk, a world-renowned Middle...

Legendary Middle East journalist Robert Fisk to speak at St. Andrew's-Wesley Church today

Reporter Robert Fisk has offered up blunt truths about the often war-torn region.

Egypt's new foodie trend blends East and West: PHOTOS

A taste of Egypt's new culinary movement and what it means for the ever-changing revolutionary nation

How Libya can earn back 'frontier market' status

Six months ago the post-revolutionary North African nation was considered a 'frontier market' -- How can we turn back the clock?

Egypt's chronic public service nightmare leaves citizens by wayside

Train, car crashes and a building collapse lead Egyptians to wonder who's watching out for them.

Top 100 Arab women leaders: How more can join the list

Businesswomen and activists top the Arabian Business ranking, but how can more women spur civil society in the Arab World?

Beijing celebrates Egypt revolution two years later: The SinoFile

Some keywords remain blocked, but Chinese authorities seem to see the Egyptian Revolution as a cautionary tale against itself.

The Egyptian revolution: Hisham El-Gamal on the challenges of maintaining hope

As we near the revolution’s second anniversary this Friday, El-Gamal says there is a “sense of gloom [in Cairo]."