• Diwan

    Combatants or Capitalists?

    There are three major reasons why Egypt should review the large role its military plays in the economy.

  • Diwan

    Moscow’s Mercenary Ways

    In an interview, Ruslan Trad describes how private military companies advance the Kremlin’s agenda in the Arab world.

  • Research

    How Egypt and Turkey Trade Amid Tensions

    • Amr Adly
    • October 19, 2021

    Egypt’s and Turkey’s economic ties have survived the two countries’ political rift because a cutoff in relations would have harmed too many people on both sides.

  • Diwan

    Pivoting Away From America

    Regional and international actors are accumulating cards to engage in a new Middle Eastern power game.

  • Diwan

    Adapting to a Region in Flux

    • Nael Shama
    • May 10, 2021

    Former foreign minister Nabil Fahmy discusses the evolving Middle East and Egypt’s role in it.

  • Event

    Commemorating the 10th Anniversary of the Arab Uprisings

    • Raed Abou Hamdan, Assaad Al Achi, Rasha Al Aqeedi, Bashar AL Halabi, Yasameen Al Nadheri, Yara Asmar, Lina Attalah, Arash Azizi, Ali Bakir, Maya El Ammar, Aline Fleihan, Yosra Frawes, Zine Labidine Gheblaoui, Alia Ibrahim, Mohammed Ilwiya, Intissar Kherigi, Dirk Kunze, Hamza Meddeb, Yahia Mohamed Lamine Mestek, Diana Moukalled, Kareem Sakka, Yassin Swehat, Yezid Sayigh, Isam Uraiqat, Dima Wannous, Maha Yahya
    • April 07, 2021
    • Live on YouTube and Facebook

    To commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Arab uprisings, the Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom are organizing a conference to examine the past decade and in particular the mistakes that were made along the way.

  • Commentary

    Politics of Military Authoritarianism in North Africa

    Authoritarian military politics in North Africa will be shaped by relations between the military and the head of state, dynamics within the coercive sector, marginalization of the private sector, and the ability of state actors to leverage foreign support.

  • Research

    The Dam That Broke Open an Ethiopia-Egypt Dispute

    • Sherif Mohyeldeen
    • February 12, 2021

    As Egypt and Ethiopia negotiate the details of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, tensions are on the rise. Sudan, which has vested interest in the dam, too, could be an essential third party to smooth over the disputes.

  • Diwan

    A Senseless Silencing

    • Sherif Mohyeldeen
    • January 21, 2021

    By impeding research, Egypt curtails knowledge that can help resolve crises, especially in border areas.

    • August 23, 2017
    • NPR’s All Things Considered
    Michele Dunne
    Trump Administration Cuts Military Aid To Egypt
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    • May 26, 2017
    • WBEZ
    Sarah Yerkes
    Coptic Christians Attacked In Egypt
    Watch Now >
    • April 10, 2017
    • Deutsche Welle
    Sarah Yerkes
    Coptic Christians. Egypt’s Eternal Target
    Watch Now >

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