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by: SHADI HAMID 2012-12-5
The current protests aren't about the President Mohamed Morsi's power grab -- this fight is over something far more basic...

2012-11-3
Everything about the scene in the white marquee erected in Tripoli's Mina as-Shaab waterside quarter would have been unthinkable until last year...

by: LAUREN E. BOHN 2012-1-27
On the first anniversary of Egypt's revolution, the Semiramis InterContinental, a five-star luxury hotel overlooking Cairo's central Tahrir Square, offered an espresso-stained postcard of the deep political and social divides that have emerged since Hosni Mubarak's downfall...

by: TY MCCORMICK 2011-9-29
CAIRO – "Yasqot, yasqot hokem el a'skar!" shout protesters marching down Talat Harb Street in central Cairo. "Down, down with military rule." It is a stifling September evening and the demonstrators, most in their early 20s, look tired...

2011-11-4
The performance of the Islamist party Ennahda in the October 23 Tunisian elections, in which it won 41.5 percent of the seats, has refocused attention on the upcoming Egyptian elections scheduled to begin on November 28...

by: Marc Lynch 2011-6-16
After briefly sizing me up as I surveyed his offerings, the street bookseller near Cairo’s Tahrir Square approached me and asked: “Muslim Brotherhood books or revolution books?” I suppose the concerns of Americans scanning Arabic books in Cairo are just that obvious...

by: Lara Setrakian 2010-10-27
In 2009 the Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Guide Mohammed Mehdi Akef voluntarily stepped aside -- the first time a top leader in the movement had voluntarily resigned before reaching death's door...

by: ABDULLAH AL-ARIAN 2010-9-11
Why the Egyptian government's propaganda version of CSI revealed more about its own paranoia than about its enemies...

by: Jamie M. Fly 2010-4-27
As Will points out, U.S. policy toward Egypt is in serious need of an overhaul. An example of this was a State Department announcement on April 16 that Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs Maria Otero would be travelling to Egypt, Jordan, Israel, and the West Bank...

by: Samer Shehata 2010-4-9
What is the basis for Berman's provocative claim that ElBaradei "has begun a dangerous flirtation with Egypt's main Islamist movement, the Muslim Brotherhood"? His primary evidence is that Mohamed Saad el-Katatni, the chairman of the Brotherhood's parliamentary bloc, attended a meeting hosted by ElBaradie in late February which led to the formation of the "National Coalition for Change." The movement is spearheading ElBaradei's demand for free and fair elections and the lifting of Egypt's decades-old and highly repressive Emergency Law. El-Katatni also stated that "ElBaradei's and the Brotherhood's call for political and social change converge" and other Brotherhood leaders have also endorsed the former IAEA director...

by: BY ILAN BERMAN 2010-4-3
Since leaving his post as director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in December, the 67-year-old diplomat has dipped his toe into electoral politics in his home country of Egypt...

by: Mark Perry 2010-3-16
The January Mullen briefing was unprecedented. No previous CENTCOM commander had ever expressed himself on what is essentially a political issue; which is why the briefers were careful to tell Mullen that their conclusions followed from a December 2009 tour of the region where, on Petraeus's instructions, they spoke to senior Arab leaders...

by: Nathan Brown 2010-3-16
An odd article ran a week ago in al-Shuruq, one of Egypt's daily newspapers. Headlined simply "Who is Running Egypt in Mubarak's Absence?!" the article examined the constitutional situation in light of President Husni Mubarak's hospitalization in Germany...

2010-3-12
When King Abdullah disbanded Parliament, his new Prime Minister Samir Rifa'i had made battling corruption a top priority, though there was skepticism given that he had himself been reportedly forced out as Minister of Court for abusing his position...

by: Webster Brooks 2010-3-11
Victor Yanukovich’s inauguration in March as the new President of Ukraine marked the death of the “Orange Revolution.” To the Obama administration’s consternation, Ukraine has gone red...

by: Hani Sabra 2010-3-10
As President Hosni Mubarak recovers from gallbladder removal surgery in Germany, he's probably spending some time thinking about former IAEA director Mohamed ElBaradei...

by: BY JAMES TRAUB 2010-3-1
Barack Obama's administration is extremely touchy about claims that its "engagement" policy amounts to old-fashioned "realism," with America offering autocratic allies a free pass on human rights and democracy promotion in exchange for cooperation on the big geostrategic issues...

by: Evgeny Morozov 2010-2-25
The wiki, which is still in its early stages with a little over 1700 accessible articles, provides the Ikhwan perspective of their own history and events in which they were involved or believe to be closely tied to their Islamic or political cause--a mini Ikhwan library for those who don't have access to the Brotherhood's literature or to writings by their thinkers that are available in some Islamic bookstores...

by: by Webster Brooks, Sr. Fellow for New Politics and Policy 2010-2-22
For the next two decades, Middle Asia—the predominantly Muslim region of the Middle East, the Caucuses and Central Asia—will dominate international security concerns...

by: Shadi Hamid 2010-1-23
Nearly a year since U.S. President Barack Obama spoke on the Washington Capitol steps of a “new way forward” with the Muslim world – and more than six months since his landmark Cairo speech of June 2009, perceived administration failures to follow up with tangible policy changes on the ground are causing growing disillusionment in the Arab and Muslim world...

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