2019 Top 5 Most Active Institutions on Egypt

Last Updated: September 1, 2019

As of our latest review, around 232 policy and research papers on Egypt were published by 31 think tanks and institutions in 2019. Since the 2nd Quarter of 2019, 58 new papers have been published.

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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Human Rights Watch
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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

Biggest wave of arrests since Sisi took office: 1909 people detained
Institute: Madamasr
Researcher:
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Human Rights

Protests in Egypt Show Trump’s Wrong about al-Sisi
Institute: Human Rights Watch
Researcher: Elisa Epstein
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Democracy and Politics, Foreign Relations

Deconstructing Egypt’s Protests
Institute: Center for Global Policy
Researcher: H. A. Hellyer
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Democracy and Politics

Mohamed Ali: Will Conflict of Wings Lead to Fall of Sisi?
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Mahmoud Gamal
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Military Affairs

Egypt: World leaders must act to stop President al-Sisi’s repressive crackdown
Institute: Amnesty International
Researcher:
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Democracy and Politics, Human Rights, Media

Egypt’s Protests: A Sign the Arab Spring Is Alive
Institute: Arab Center Washington DC
Researcher: Imad K. Harb
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Democracy and Politics

Egypt: rights and security, another crackdown
Institute: Italian Institute for International Political Studies
Researcher: Alessia Melcangi, Giuseppe Dentice
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Culture, Education and Development, Democracy and Politics, Economy, Foreign Relations, Human Rights, Security and Counter-Terrorism

Money and image: Framing Mohamed Ali’s face off against Sisi
Institute: Madamasr
Researcher: Leila Arman
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Democracy and Politics

Egypt: Struct. Imbalance in EFA Mechanisms
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Amgad Hamdi
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Democracy and Politics

How Far Will Sisi’s Government Go to Crush Protests?
Institute: Human Rights Watch
Researcher: Amr Magdi
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Culture, Education and Development, Democracy and Politics, Human Rights

Beijing calling: Assessing China’s growing footprint in North Africa
Institute: The Brookings Institution
Researcher: Adel Abdel Ghafar, Anna Jacobs
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Economy, Foreign Relations

Anti-Corruption Protests Roiling Egypt Add to Regional Insecurity
Institute: Carnegie
Researcher: Michele Dunne
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Democracy and Politics

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