Driven by the hope of peace and equality, Jehan Sadat was a role model for women, not only in Egypt, but across the world.
Historians should not look for the roots of Israeli state policies and Palestinian oppression in the events of 1967, but in colonial practices leading up to 1948
On the atmosphere, negotiating style, and mistakes made at Camp David
The Egyptian state has undergone three major regime transitions since Gamal Abdel Nasser’s rule, with the current regime reversing much of the policies put in place by the first.
The defeat in the 1967 war with Israel deeply altered Egypt’s position in the Arab World.
The rise of the Islamist movement in Egypt.
Boutros Boutros-Ghali, the first Arab and African secretary-general of the United Nations from 1992 to 1996, has donated his library of books and papers to the American University in Cairo, offering a rare glimpse into the elder statesman’s life.