2019 Top 5 Most Active Institutions on Egypt

Last Updated: April 1, 2019

As of our latest review, around 80 policy and research papers on Egypt were published by 23 think tanks and institutions. Since the 4th Quarter of 2018, 80 new papers have been published.

Egyptian Institute for Studies
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Carnegie
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The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy
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Human Rights Watch
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Middle East Institute
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2018 Top 5 Most Active Institutions on Egypt

As of our review, around 196 policy and research papers on Egypt were published by think tanks and institutions in 2018.

MEPP explored research papers and policy analysis publications issued by over 50 internationally recognized institutions on Egypt in 2018 and has identified the top 5 most active institutions.

Egyptian Institute for Studies
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Carnegie
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The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy
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Human Rights Watch
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POMED -Project on Middle East Democracy
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Recent Publications

TIMEP Brief: 2019 Constitutional Amendments
Institute: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Researcher:
Country: Egypt
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Egypt: Taking stock of Sissi’s visit
Institute: Middle East Institute
Researcher: Mirette F. Mabrouk , Mirette F. Mabrouk 
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DEATH SENTENCES AND EXECUTIONS 2018
Institute: Amnesty International
Researcher:
Country: Egypt
Topics: Human Rights, Judicial Affairs

Probation as Compounded Punishment in Egypt
Institute: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Researcher: Mai El-Sadany, Yasmin Omar
Country: Egypt
Topics: Human Rights, Judicial Affairs

EGYPT: PARLIAMENT SHOULD REJECT PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
Institute: Amnesty International
Researcher:
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Human Rights, Judicial Affairs, Military Affairs

Why Is Trump Helping Egypt’s Dictator Entrench His Power?
Institute: Carnegie
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After the Islamic State, Renewed Urgency for Religious Reform
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Researcher: Dina Al Riffie
Country: Egypt
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TIMEP Brief: Investment Law
Institute: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Researcher:
Country: Egypt
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Egypt’s Constitutional Amendments: A Nail in the Coffin of Political Pluralism
Institute: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Researcher: Yasmin Omar
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TIMEP Brief: Terrorist Entities Law
Institute: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Researcher:
Country: Egypt
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Infographic: Reparations in the Wake of Egypt’s Revolution
Institute: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Researcher:
Country: Egypt
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