Shift in the Mental Image of the Egyptian Army

Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies Author(s): Mahmoud Gamal Original Link: https://en.eipss-eg.org/shift-in-the-mental-image-of-the-egyptian-army/ The responses of my Twitter followers as a whole have confirmed that their view of the Egyptian army has completely transformed since July 2013 (the coup d’etat against Egypt’s first democratically elected government). They have also confirmed...

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Egyptian-Israeli relations after the 2013 coup d’état

Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies Author(s): Dr. Adnan Abu Amer Original Link: https://en.eipss-eg.org/egyptian-israeli-relations-after-the-2013-coup-detat/ On the tenth anniversary of the January Revolution, key Israeli assessments have concluded that drivers of the Egyptian revolution (2011) are still existing, including poor economic conditions and absence of democracy; but because the...

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Ten Years After Mubarak’s Fall, What is Egypt’s Biggest Challenge?

Source: Project on Middle East Democracy Author(s): Clare Ulmer Original Link: https://pomed.org/ten-years-after-mubaraks-fall-what-is-egypts-biggest-challenge/ During our recent event on Egypt, POMED asked four experts what they see as the greatest challenge to the country’s stability ten years after the fall of the Mubarak regime. Here are their responses, edited for clarity. Read more at...

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Ten Years Later: Reflections on Egypt’s 2011 Uprising

Source: Arab Center Washington DC Author(s): Khalil al-Anani Original Link: http://arabcenterdc.org/policy_analyses/ten-years-later-reflections-on-egypts-2011-uprising/ Ten years have passed since the January 25, 2011 uprising that toppled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Although the revolution failed to establish a free, fair, and democratic state for all Egyptians, many of those who...

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Women on the Frontline: The Anti-Sexual Violence Movement in Egypt Ten Years After the Revolution

Source: The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy Author(s): Habiba Abdelaal Original Link: https://timep.org/commentary/analysis/women-on-the-frontline-the-anti-sexual-violence-movement-in-egypt-ten-years-after-the-revolution/ Ten years after the revolution, Egyptian women are still raising their voices against sexual assaults and harassment, especially over social media platforms. This...

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10 years on, January revolution dreams stand still!

Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies Author(s): Asmaa Shokr Original Link: https://en.eipss-eg.org/10-years-on-january-revolution-dreams-stand-still/ Ten years have passed since the eruption of Egypt’s January Revolution that inspired several change movements in the region. On this occasion, it is important to highlight the national role that was played by the young people of Tahrir Square...

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Egypt’s Digital Foreign Policy

Source: The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy Author(s): Joey Shea Original Link: https://timep.org/commentary/analysis/egypts-digital-foreign-policy/ In June 2020, at least 13 websites affiliated with the Ethiopian government were hacked and defaced. The targets were diverse, from seemingly innocuous sites such as Ethiopia’s Educational Evolution Office, the Statistics Centre, and the...

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Egypt and the West: Ten Years of Misunderstandings

Source: Italian Institute for International Political Studies Author(s): Koert Debeuf Original Link: https://www.ispionline.it/en/pubblicazione/egypt-and-west-ten-years-misunderstandings-29017 One month after the Egyptian revolution succeeded and ousted long-time dictator Hosni Mubarak on 11 February 2011, I was in Cairo with a delegation of the European Parliament. From the reactions of many...

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Egypt 2011-2021: What Went Wrong?

Source: Italian Institute for International Political Studies Author(s): Maged Mandour Original Link: https://www.ispionline.it/en/pubblicazione/egypt-2011-2021-what-went-wrong-29015 It has been a decade since the mass protests that called for the overthrow of the regime in 2011. These protests triggered a process of deep structural change, in a manner that the protestors did not anticipate...

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Egypt’s “Populocracy”

Source: Italian Institute for International Political Studies Author(s): Nathan W. Toronto Original Link: https://www.ispionline.it/en/pubblicazione/egypts-populocracy-29014 If the protests that began in Egypt on January 25, 2011, resulted in a coup-volution,[1] then what has developed since can only be called a populocracy.[2] The military exploited a genuine popular movement in 2011 to...

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Egypt Ten Years Later: What Kind of “Spring”?

Source: Italian Institute for International Political Studies Author(s): Bahgat Korany Original Link: https://www.ispionline.it/en/pubblicazione/egypt-ten-years-later-what-kind-spring-29012 After a decade, Arab Spring countries show socio-political extremes between, for instance, a Tunisia and a neighboring Libya, with Egypt in an intermediary zone. Egypt’s decade witnessed orderly legislative...

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