Since the resignation of former president Hosni Mubarak in 2011, Egypt has experienced significant turmoil, from temporary rule by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces to the military coup that led to the election of current president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.Read the rest of Egypt’s uncertain future.
Ella Wagner is a program assistant for the SSRC's Digital Culture Program and an editorial assistant for The Immanent Frame. She graduated from Columbia University in 2013 with a BA in American Studies and History.
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On July 14th, the General Synod of the Church of England voted to allow women to become bishops, taking a step toward resolving a long-running controversy that has divided traditionalist and progressive Anglicans all over the world, and caused friction between the church and the British government.Read the rest of Church of England votes to allow women bishops.
The unexpected primary defeat of Virginia Representative and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor last night is already having seismic effects on the Republican leadership and Congress as a whole.Read the rest of With Cantor loss, only Christian Republicans in Congress.
Is freedom of religion really “good for business”?Read the rest of Free religion and free markets in Guatemala.
On July 3, 2013, after four days of intense public protests, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was removed, by force, from elected office.Read the rest of Egypt after the coup.