As Egypt Birthrate Rises, Population Policy Vanishes
President Mohamed Morsi has remained silent about the future of the family planning programs put in place by the Mubarak government.
Closed-door policy continues in Egypt
Following crowd trouble in recent games, CAF Champions League qualifier involving Zamalek is shut to Egyptian fans.
IMF awaits Morsi's agreement for $4.8 billion Egyptian loan
Although Egypt is said to be close to agreement on a loan from the IMF worth $4.8 billion, President Morsi is concerned about conditions imposed that would force him to legislate unpopular policies.
IHT Special: Egypt Shies Away From Economic Overhauls
With elections looming, the government has delayed policy changes needed to obtain an I.M.F. loan, with potentially difficult consequences.
In Islamist Bastion, Support Ebbs for Egypt’s Brotherhood
Residents complain about the government’s confusing economic policies, its near-monopoly on power, and the use of force against opponents.