|Will Mubarak really face trial?
With the trial of ousted former president Hosni Mubarak scheduled to begin next week, there is still little sign of how and where it will be held, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
Enter the accused
The public has been watching the appearance of the former minister of interior in the dock with fascination and is now eagerly awaiting the trial of Mubarak, writes Jailan Halawi
After 16 years of judicial sequestration, the Engineers' Syndicate is close to running its own affairs, reports Mona El-Nahhas
News analysis: A revolution in peril
The backbiting between the ruling military council and protesters is threatening to, and unbecoming of, the January Revolution and its aims, writes Galal Nassar
'We are not dictators'
Egypt's transitional military rulers have reiterated pledges to hand over power to a civilian elected government, denying that they are seeking to carve out a role in the country's political life, reports Emad Mekay
Individual candidacy, threats of an opposition boycott, the exclusion of international monitors. Egypt's first post-revolution election contains echoes of the Mubarak-era past, writes Gamal Essam El-Din
Time to make plans?
Another week, another foreign minister. What will be his priorities, asks Doaa El-Bey
This week saw the launch of the Tweetback initiative, which seeks to utilise Twitter to collect funds to support social development in Egypt...