|Recovery on track
PRESIDENT Hosni Mubarak is recovering satisfactorily from the operation to remove his gall bladder he underwent earlier this week in Germany...
Pushing for security
Two months before it convenes and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty review conference is already the subject of heated debate, writes Mohamed Abdel-Baky
Reform... when will it begin?
The seventh annual meeting of the Arab Reform Forum was held this month in Alexandria. But will this round's recommendations once again be ignored, asks Galal Nassar
Ways to engineer political change seem to be discussed everywhere. But where is the debate heading, asks Gamal Essam El-Din
Hope or hoax?
Not all dissidents are pro-Baradei. Amira Howeidy speaks to some of Egypt's independent intellectuals uncomfortable with the hype surrounding the former head of the international nuclear watchdog
Where women are
The National Council for Women is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Farkhonda Hassan, the council's secretary-general, speaks to Reem Leila about her agenda for Egyptian women
On Tuesday the Supreme Constitutional Court postponed its decision on whether women should be appointed as State Council judges, reports Reem Leila
Sadat's nephew stripped of immunity
The People's Assembly has stripped independent MP Talaat El-Sadat of parliamentary immunity so that he can be investigated on charges of soliciting bribes, reports Gamal Essam El-Din