Egypt

egypt tahir square by Maggie Osama on Flickr under CC license

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Egypt’s 3G problem
EGYPT-POLITICS-UNREST by Globovisión with cc license from Flickr Rabab el-Mahdi 16 August 2013
Egypt is facing a crisis of governance, governability and governmentality, of which the recent ouster of Muhammad Mursi is merely a manifestation. The question the cou... more  
The expectation gap: delivering justice and accountability in post-Mubarak Egypt
Judy Barsalou , Barry Knight 20 November 2012
Even the most optimistic observers agree that Egypt’s transition has yet to produce tangible improvements in the things that matter most to Egyptians: a better economy... more  
Salvaging Sinai
Bedouin seige of north camp, Sinai March 2012 by Prince Roy under CC licence on Flickr Nicolas Pelham 1 November 2012
The August 5th 2012 attack that killed 16 Egyptian soldiers in the nexus where Gaza, Egypt and Israel meet has spurred Egypt’s greatest effort to reassert its authorit... more  
Sinai moves to centre-stage
Sinai - Ain Khudra 51 by Fr. Bessonnet Geoffrey Aronson 30 August 2012
For more than 30 years, the Sinai peninsula was a stable security backwater, but now it is increasingly unstable. The transformations taking place there are harbingers... more  
Transitional justice in Egypt: one step forward, two steps back
IMG 6514 by Mosa'aberising Judy Barsalou 12 June 2012
The dominance of neo-patriarchal, semi-authoritarian regimes with little interest in justice, accountability or other values associated with democratic governance has... more  
The salafis are coming – but where are they going?
Tahrir square by Mohammad A. Hamama, A reflected version! Jacob Høigilt 4 July 2011
The Salafist movement has recently become a political actor in post-revolutionary Egypt but, despite intense media attention and serious sectarian incidents, its polit... more  
Who's who in the new Egypt? A mapping of prominent actors of change
game over by antonello_mangano on Flickr under cc license Jacob Høigilt 22 February 2011
Jacob Høigilt provides an overview of the four groups that have emerged as major political players in Egypt's political transition. Having actively supported an author... more  
The dynamics of Egypt’s protest: an inside view
tahrir square by nebedaay on flickr under cc license Moaaz Elzoughby 21 February 2011
The Egyptian protest movement won a historic victory when the country’s long-term president, Hosni Mubarak, was forced to resign. But an eyewitness report by Moaaz Elz... more  

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