2021 Top 5 Most Active Institutions on Egypt

Last Updated: June 1, 2021

As of our latest review, around 223 policy and research papers on Egypt were published by 23 think tanks and institutions in 2020. In 2021, 107 papers have been published with 35 papers in Q2.

Egyptian Institute for Studies
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Middle East Institute
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Arab Center Washington DC
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The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy
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Carnegie
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2020 Top 5 Most Active Institutions on Egypt

As of our review, around 223 policy and research papers on Egypt were published by think tanks and institutions in 2020.

MEPP explored research papers and policy analysis publications issued by over 50 internationally recognized institutions on Egypt in 2019 and has identified the top 5 most active institutions.

Egyptian Institute for Studies
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Carnegie
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Middle East Institute
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Italian Institute for International Political Studies
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The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy
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Recent Publications

NDP to NFP: Rebranding or Restructuring Parliamentary Life in Egypt?
Institute: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Researcher: Timothy E. Kaldas
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics

Egypt media between ‘soft power’ and ‘political engineering’ (1)
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Wessam Fauad
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Media

North Sinai’s Information Blackout
Institute: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Researcher: Joey Shea
Country: Egypt
Topics: Military Affairs, Sinai

Egypt’s overpopulation a real or a feigned crisis
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Mohamed Fathi Elnadi
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Culture, Education and Development

Explaining Egypt’s Role during the Gaza War
Institute: Arab Center Washington DC
Researcher: Khalil Al Anani
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Foreign Relations

Egypt has a water problem—and no, it’s not only the GERD
Institute: Atlantic Council
Researcher: Yaniv Cohen
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Culture, Education and Development, Democracy and Politics, Economy

Egypt-Turkey rapprochement from a ‘mutual interests’ perspective
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Dalia El-Agami
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Foreign Relations

Egypt’s Officials Don’t See Unrecognized Religious Minorities
Institute: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Researcher: Ishak Ibrahim
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Democracy and Politics, Human Rights, Minorities

Egypt recalibrated its strategy in Libya because of Turkey
Institute: Atlantic Council
Researcher: Alessia Melcangi
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Foreign Relations, Military Affairs

Does Cairo Care?
Institute: Carnegie
Researcher: Michael Young
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Foreign Relations

Egypt: Health Ministry & Commodification of Medical Services
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Abbas Qabbari
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Health

Abdicating Responsibility: Political Parties in Egypt
Institute: Wilson Centre
Researcher: Marina Ottaway
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics

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