Regions

Egypt

Journal Essay

The GCC and the Muslim Brotherhood: What Does the Future Hold?

Matthew Hedges and Giorgio Cafiero

Spring 2017, Volume XXIV, Number 1

The history of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB or Ikhwan) movement in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has varied considerably among ...

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Commentary

Egypt, 6 Years On

Middle East Policy Council , February 10, 2017

Six years after the street protests that resulted in the ouster of long-time ruler Hosni Mubarak, Egyptians are ...

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Commentary

Egypt Promises Austerity for IMF Loan

Middle East Policy Council, August 24, 2016

The Egyptian government has just concluded negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a US$12 billion loan in ...

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Commentary

Arab League Summit Suffers Low Turn Out

Middle East Policy Council, August 1, 2016

This year’s Arab League summit met in Mauritania as the region continues to struggle with instability and war in ...

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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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