Egypt’s Foreign Policy in 2015: Taking Stock and Moving Forward…

Translation of Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry’s interview in Al-Ahram on 19 December 2015: http://www.ahram.org.eg/NewsQ/460623.aspx     Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry…. we are approaching the end of 2015 and all the external challenges it held for Egypt … regionally and internationally…. Overall, are you satisfied with the performance of Egyptian foreign policy during 2015? In general, I […]

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The Muslim Brotherhood’s Past and Present: An Analysis of “9 Bedford Row’s” Reports

Over the past four years, a great deal of both scholarly work as well as media analysis of the Muslim Brotherhood has been produced, focusing in particular on its year in power in Egypt. What is striking is how partisan and politicized much of this literature is, particularly since the removal of the Brotherhood from […]

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Response to New York Times Article “As Egypt Floods Gaza Tunnels, Smugglers Fear an End to Their Trade”

The article published by the New York Times On 7 October 2015, with the title “As Egypt Floods Gaza Tunnels, Smugglers Fear an End to Their Trade” ironically criticises the Egyptian government for seeking to limit illegal smuggling across its borders. The opening paragraphs of the article are audaciously intended to make the reader sympathise […]

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