Tag Archives: Egyptian Revolution of 2011

Shunning Egypt’s Al Sisi?

The West was not only happy to flirt with Mubarak. It is also still in bed with plenty of bad guys.

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The Egyptian Military Is Lifting Its Mask

Can Egypt’s military be trusted to allow democracy to take root in the country?

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The Terrorism Endgame: Lessons from the War on Anarchy (Part II)

Will the threat of terrorism fade away, much as the threat of radical anarchy did over a century ago?

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Lessons for Libya from 1911

What is the key to the success of democracy in 21st century Libya?

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Yemen on the Brink

Why would Yemen’s president be wise to start packing his bags?

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Amr Moussa on the Arab World’s Revolutions

How does the secretary-general of the Arab League view the upheaval currently sweeping the Middle East?

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Will Central Asia Follow Egypt’s Example?

Will the chain reaction of protests crossing the Middle East now reach Central Asia?

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Egypt After Mubarak: New Era of Modernization?

How can Egypt stand at the edge of a new period of modernization and opening up in the Arab world?

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Who Lost Egypt?

Did America lose Egypt? Or did China — and what China represents — gain Egypt?

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Egypt and the Global Oil Market: Geopolitics Is Back

Markets are extraordinarily bad at getting political risk right — and the Egypt crisis is no exception.

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