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Afghanis Vote with Hope and Uncertainty

Middle East Policy Council, April 8, 2014

Citizens in Afghanistan went to the ballot box over the weekend to vote in their country’s presidential elections. With ...

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Journal Essay

EU Strategic Interests in Post-Qadhafi Libya: Perspectives for Cooperation

Peter Seeberg

Spring 2014, Volume XXI, Number 1

Since the fall of Muammar Qadhafi in 2011, a legitimate monopoly over the means of violence has not been in ...

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Journal Essay

Troubled Political Transitions: Tunisia, Egypt and Libya

Ann M. Lesch

Spring 2014, Volume XXI, Number 1

January 14. January 25. February 17. Historic days that marked President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali's flight from Tunis, the start ...

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Journal Essay

Islam, Democracy and Islamism After the Counterrevolution in Egypt

Muqtedar Khan

Spring 2014, Volume XXI, Number 1

The overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood's presidency in Egypt by an unprecedented partnership between the army and Tamarod ("rebellion" in ...

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Journal Essay

The Egyptian Transition, 2011-13: How Strategic to Europe?

Sally Khalifa Isaac

Spring 2014, Volume XXI, Number 1

This paper tackles the political and security complications of the Egyptian transition from its inception in January 2011 until the ...

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Commentary

Egypt: One Vote, Many Messages

Middle East Policy Council, January 23, 2014

Egyptian voters went to the polls last week to vote on a new constitution, replacing the Muslim Brotherhood-penned document approved ...

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