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Egypt And The Emperor With No Clothes
Dr. Reza Pankhurst News that Egyptian courts have ordered the release of former president Hosni Mubarak demonstrated that the regime has removed its final fig leaf, the emperor revealed with no clothes. All other fig leaves [...]
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt: Agents of change or status-quo?
The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is facing numerous dilemmas and challenges post-revolution, in particular stemming from the strained relationship between various factions in the movement, which have become more apparent in a more open political environment in [...]
Re-visiting the Arab Spring
George Friedman of Stratfor has written an interesting analysis covering the 6 months since the beginning of the Arab Spring (the full text is below), which makes the following important points: 1. No regime has fallen [...]
Tahrir revisited: “The future of Egypt will be determined by its people”
With the current unrest in Egypt almost 6 months after the removal of former President Hosni Mubarak which will culminate in another mass demonstration at Tahrir Square today to protest against the perceived lack of movement [...]