Articles by Rachel Aspden
As protests escalate in Egypt, Morsi's opponents try to force his exit
Egypt's tough words for Israel are just rhetoric
Rural Egypt has provided crucial support for Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood. Will rising poverty lead to disillusionment?
Celebrating history leaves Egypt's youth nostalgic
Cairo's Nubians embrace their heritage through traditional music.
From Libya to an existential detective story, Rachel Aspden picks June’s highlights
Has Egypt’s revolution imperilled its Christian community?
On the fifth day of protests in Tahrir Square, Egypt's military ruler Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi addressed the nation with the offer of concessions including a referendum on the immediate...