2019 Top 5 Most Active Institutions on Egypt

Last Updated: February 1, 2020

As of our latest review, around 338 policy and research papers on Egypt were published by 34 think tanks and institutions in 2019. So far, 14 new papers have been published in the 1st quarter of 2020.

Egyptian Institute for Studies
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The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy
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Carnegie
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Middle East Institute
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Economic Research Forum
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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

Covid-19 in Egypt: Global Pandemics in Times of Authoritarianism
Institute: Italian Institute for International Political Studies
Researcher: Lucia Ardovini
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Democracy and Politics

Will Egypt’s Military Companies Float?
Institute: Carnegie
Researcher: Yezid Sayigh
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Economy, Military Affairs

Egypt’s Military and Jan. Revolution – Policies and Transformations
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Mahmoud Gamal
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Military Affairs

Whither the MFO? The US presence in Sinai has seen its best days
Institute: Middle East Institute
Researcher: Geoffrey Aronson
Country: Egypt
Topics: Foreign Relations, Islamic Movements and Institutions, Military Affairs, Security and Counter-Terrorism, Sinai

The coronavirus crisis highlights the unique challenges of North African countries
Institute: Atlantic Council
Researcher: Alessia Melcangi, Emily Burchfield, Karim Mezran, Zineb Riboua
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Foreign Relations

Death on the Nile
Institute: Carnegie
Researcher: Nathan J. Brown
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Islamic Movements and Institutions

What does COVID-19 mean for Egypt’s economy?
Institute: Middle East Institute
Researcher: Yasser Elnaggar
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Economy

Egypt’s Expanding Military Economy
Institute: Carnegie
Researcher: Mahmoud Khalid
Country: Egypt
Topics: Economy, Military Affairs

Sisi and Erdogan Are Accomplices of the Coronavirus
Institute: Council On Foreign Relations
Researcher: Steven A. Cook
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Foreign Relations

MENA coronavirus update: The region faces an unprecedented crisis
Institute: Middle East Institute
Researcher: Mirette F. Mabrouk , Mirette F. Mabrouk 
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development

“No One Cared He Was A Child”
Institute: Human Rights Watch
Researcher:
Country: Egypt
Topics: Military Affairs, Security and Counter-Terrorism, Youth

Egypt-Turkey Strained Relations: Implications for Regional Security
Institute: Arab Center Washington DC
Researcher: Khalil Al Anani
Country: Egypt
Topics: Foreign Relations, Security and Counter-Terrorism

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