Egypt

Tag Archives | Egypt

Trump, Al-Sisi, and the Israel-Palestine Conflict

  • Energy Policy in Sudan Ignores Climate Risks

  • Shapour Bakhtiar and the Liberal Dilemma in the Middle East

  • Trump’s Presidency Bolsters Autocrats as Egypt Designates Soccer Icon a Terrorist

  • Is Democracy out of Reach for Much of the Middle East?

  • Competition over Ideological Power in Egypt

    01.03.17
  • Think that 2016 was a Tough Year for Saudi Arabia? Wait till you see 2017

  • An Open Letter to the Leaders of Muslim World Concerning Aleppo

  • Under Pressure, Egyptian President Promises Change

  • Threat of Widespread Protests Justifies Continued Closure of Egyptian Stadia

  • Egypt’s Youth Will Decide Country’s Future

    10.12.16
  • Egypt Hopes Soccer will help Polish its Tarnished Image

  • Port Said Emerges as Egypt’s Focal Point of Soccer-Driven Protest

  • Religious Conservatism Redefines Symbolism of National Sports Teams

  • Egypt Inches Towards Return of Militant Soccer Fans

  • The Troubled History of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula

    05.30.16
  • Turkey and Egypt: The Battle to Control Dissent Pitches Fans against Autocrats

  • Leaked Interior Ministry Memos Highlight Differences within Egypt’s Regime

  • Egyptian Soccer Fans Set Stage for Growing Anti-Government Protests

  • The Evolution of Turmoil in the Middle East: Western Role

    04.17.16
  • Recognizing Fan Power, Egypt’s Regime Boosts Calls for Security Sector Reform

  • Conviction of Egyptian Soccer Fans Slams Door on Potential Political Dialogue

  • Mired in Problems: Egypt’s President Reaches out to Ultras

  • The Taboo of Atheism in Egypt

    01.23.16
  • Don’t Blaspheme in Egypt

    01.15.16
  • Fearful of Protests, Egypt Keeps Stadia Closed

  • Sisi’s Failed Attempt to be Mubarak

  • Egypt throws the Dice with Partial Lifting of Stadia Ban

  • Egypt Has a Water Problem

  • Rethinking the War on ISIS

    07.31.15
  • Hisham Barakat: The Dilemma of Justice in Egypt

  • Sisi: His Throne is in Peril

  • Cairo’s ‘Zabaleen’: A Rare Success Story

  • Libya Is a Failed State

  • Q&A with Nawal El Saadawi

  • Libya: Time for International Intervention?

  • Business as Usual in Bahrain

  • The United Arab Emirates: A Rising Military Power

  • Vigils and Vandalism: How Hong Kong’s Graffiti Artists can help us Understand the Protesters

    12.02.14
  • Russia is Further Isolated by Supporting Assad Regime