Field Marshal Abdel Fattah el-Sisi formally declared his intention to run for president of Egypt on March 26 and is widely expected to win. Yet his administration will have to confront a range of delicate issues within a deeply divided political climate.

What is the outlook for Egypt under Sisi’s leadership? What challenges lie ahead for Egypt’s economic recovery, and what can be expected in terms of domestic political dynamics, overall stability, and foreign policy?    

Four experts weigh in with their views on the Egypt’s future. Please join the discussion by sharing your own views in the comments section.