Egypt

Sisi thought It Was All Over but Egyptians are Still
Sisi thought It Was All Over, but Egyptians are Still Ready for Change

Sisi’s regime has not been able to provide political stability, find a solution to the economic crisis, and prevent...

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Tortured and Imprisoned Children are Unsafe in Sisi s Egypt
Tortured and Imprisoned: Children are Unsafe in Sisi’s Egypt

Children pay the price of the political struggle. If the systematic targeting of human rights defenders, protesters, and...

Saturday, September 21, 2019

Why is there an Ever-Growing Opposition Towards the Sisi Regime
Why is there an Ever-Growing Opposition Towards the Sisi Regime in Egypt?

There are two major reasons for the increasing discontent towards the Sisi regime. First, Egyptians and the international...

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Why Turkey Will Continue to Honor Morsi's Legacy
Why Turkey Will Continue to Honor Morsi's Legacy

Morsi’s legacy will always be remembered and kept alive in Turkey. The democratic struggle of the Egyptian people will...

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Trump s Designation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a Terrorist
Trump’s Designation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a Terrorist Organization is a Grave Mistake

As the international community showed discontent to Trump’s recent designation of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps as...

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Egypt s Constitutional Change and the Future of the Sisi
Egypt’s Constitutional Change and the Future of the Sisi Regime

The support that the U.S. and other European countries have shown for Sisi has encouraged Cairo to institutionalize its...

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Democracy At Stake Trump s Vociferous Support for Sisi
Democracy At Stake: Trump’s Vociferous Support for Sisi

During the press conference when it was asked whether Sisi should remain as president until 2034, Trump confidently said:...

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Can the Muslim Brotherhood in Algeria Be a Transformative Power
Can the Muslim Brotherhood in Algeria Be a Transformative Power?

The Muslim Brotherhood's decision to nominate a candidate in the presidential election for the first time indicates that...

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Radicalization in Egypt May Haunt Europe
Radicalization in Egypt May Haunt Europe

Sisi’s harsh stance against the civil opposition in the country and the increasing brutality may push opponents to...

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Tortures Executions and Sisi s Unlimited Credibility in the West
Tortures, Executions, and Sisi’s Unlimited Credibility in the West

Unlike the toppled president Morsi, Sisi has nothing else other than Western support. Those nine young men would be alive...

Monday, February 25, 2019

How the Egypt's Judiciary is Aiding the Sisi Regime to
How the Egypt's Judiciary is Aiding the Sisi Regime to Maintain its Oppression

Since Sisi assumed power, the Egyptian judiciary has served to legitimate and facilitate the authoritarian rule. Other...

Monday, February 18, 2019

Egypt s Rise in the African Political Landscape A Regional
Egypt’s Rise in the African Political Landscape: A Regional Power?

Egypt is regaining its powerful position in Africa’s political, social, and economic landscape. A reason behind Egypt's...

Friday, February 15, 2019

Egypt s Energy Activism as a Threat to Security in
Egypt’s Energy Activism as a Threat to Security in the Eastern Mediterranean

Egypt and its allies preferred to exclude the most important countries in the Eastern Mediterranean from the equation....

Friday, January 18, 2019

The Muslim Brotherhood Rise Fall and Future Prospects
The Muslim Brotherhood: Rise, Fall, and Future Prospects

From entering similar jolts in the past to losing its popularity in contemporary times, to facing the deepest crisis in...

Saturday, January 5, 2019

How Sisi s Plans for a PR Campaign Turned into
How Sisi’s Plans for a PR Campaign Turned into an International Scandal

Egyptian media outlet Mada Masr argued that due to the fear of domestic reactions, the Egyptian government ordered media...

Monday, January 7, 2019

Some Arab countries attempting to fill the power vacuum after
Some Arab countries attempting to fill the power vacuum after US withdrawal from Syria

After the U.S. decision to withdraw troops from Syria, leaders from the Arab world have announced their intention to...

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Going Back to the Origins Change and Continuity in Egyptian
Going Back to the Origins: Change and Continuity in Egyptian Society

Faruk Yaslıçimen, Editor-in-Chief of The New Turkey, interviewed with the director of the Yunus Emre Institute in Cairo...

Thursday, May 12, 2016

The End of Civil Society in Egypt Authoritarianism Triumphs
The End of Civil Society in Egypt: Authoritarianism Triumphs

It’s clear that the current regime in Egypt – far from any form of democratization – dragged the country into a more...

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Silencing Dissent in the Middle East Forced Disappearances
Silencing Dissent in the Middle East: Forced Disappearances

The practice of “enforced disappearance,” which has been employed by countries such as Egypt and Saudi Arabia, against the...

Monday, October 8, 2018

Sisi s Strongest Allies Trump and Netanyahu
Sisi’s Strongest Allies: Trump and Netanyahu

Sisi’s frequent meetings with Trump and Netanyahu reveal that Egypt is under the full control of the U.S. and Israel,...

Thursday, September 27, 2018

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