Regions

Egypt

Journal Essay

Sisi, the Sinai and Salafis: Instability in a Power Vacuum

Lyndall Herman

Summer 2016, Volume XXIII, Number 2

Throughout the twentieth century, the Sinai Peninsula has occupied an awkward position in the nation-state system. Claimed by Egypt — ...

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Journal Essay

Egypt's Future: Status Quo, Incremental Growth or Regional Leadership?

Robert Mason

Summer 2016, Volume XXIII, Number 2

The Egyptian state has accumulated a number of obstacles over the last three decades that have affected its ability to ...

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Commentary

Saudi Arabia and Egypt Forge Closer Ties

Middle East Policy Council, April 12, 2016

In a sign of warmer relations and closer cooperation, Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has ...

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Commentary

Egypt Faces Criticism over Human Rights Record

Middle East Policy Council, February 8, 2016

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has recently taken to calling-in to various radio stations to reassure a restive and ...

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Commentary

Destruction of Russian Jet in Egypt Worries Neighbors

Middle East Policy Council, November 12, 2015

The downing of a Russian jet in a suspected terrorist attack over the Sinai Peninsula has led to the ...

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Commentary

Tragic Killing of Mexican Tourists in Egypt Sparks Criticism

Middle East Policy Council, September 24, 2015

The mistaken killing of a Mexican tour group by the Egyptian military has once again brought into question ...

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