Arab Revolutions

Opinion Articles

Whatever assistance al-Sisi may or may not provide in the fight against violent extremism in the region is already outweighed by the radicalism and instability he is cultivating every day in Egypt

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Egypt is heading toward a coarser and more unalloyed authoritarianism than existed under former president Hosni Mubarak

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Sisi, clearly, remains a work in progress, a 59-year-old still trying to discover who he is and what he thinks even as he rules a country of eighty-six million.

صورة من الثورة التونسية

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So far Tunisia's revolution has managed to bridge the gap between secularists and Islamists. But can that precarious accord make it through election season?

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The Egyptian military’s economic interests are driving it to seek further political control.

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In short, what I am witnessing in Egypt now, the conversations I am having, evokes memories of Iranian friends and acquaintances going into exile.

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