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Social Media: Africa: North Africa: Egypt

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The New German Question
Can Europe’s most powerful country lead the way in building both a sustainable, internationally competitive eurozone and a strong, internationally credible European Union? By Timothy Garton Ash ( 08/0... Read More...


Re-thinking Revolution in Egypt
Re-thinking Revolution in Egypt
Author presents questions about Egypt's revolution and democratization. By Patrick Corcoran. (03/17/2011) Read More...


Why Mubarak Is Out
Why Mubarak Is Out
Background and analysis of factors leading to Mubarak's loss of power. By Paul Arnar. (Jadaliyya, 02/01/2011) Read More...


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Democracy In Egypt: Necessary Ingredient in a U.S.-Egyptian Partnership
Authors discuss ways for the U.S to instill Democracy in Egypt, the necessary policy for a healthy U.S-Egyptian partnership. By Tamara Cofman Wittes and Michele Dunne. (Brookings Institute, 08/17/09) Read More...


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State of insecurity
By Faisal al Yafai (The Guardian, 02/23/2009) Read More...


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The Political State of Egypt. Will the Dam Burst?
With rising food prices, poor educational prospects and US-Egypt relations at their lowest point for 35 years Egypt is facing another critical and turbulent period in its long history. The author disc... Read More...


Mubarak’s Awkward Posture
Mubarak’s Awkward Posture
Discusses Mubarak's uncomfortable position between Egypt's obligations to the US and increasing pressure at home. By Rafael Broch. (IA-Forum, 03/20/2008) Read More...


Back to the (Policy) Future, Or: The Vagaries of International Relations
Back to the (Policy) Future, Or: The Vagaries of International Relations
Selling arms simultaneously to Saudi-Arabia and Israel is hardly new in America's foreign policy. But critics of this White House wonder how this new plan can be squared with the "Bush Doctrine". By... Read More...


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The Backlash Against Democracy Promotion
The Bush Administration's obscure message "democracy promotion" often thought as "regime change" by nations around the world. by Thomas Carothers (Foreign Affairs.org, March/April 2006) $2.95 fee Read More...


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Democracy as stage set for soldiers
Discusses Egyptian general Musharaff's visit to Pakistan. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 1/10/05) Read More...


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Sorry seems to be the hardest word
Discusses Egyptian general Musharaff's visit to Pakistan. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 1/05/05) Read More...


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An unstable kind of stability
Discusses how Islamic terror groups are effecting various nations throughout the world. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 5/19/2005) Read More...


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U.S.-Egyptian Relations and the Future of the Peace Process
Synopsis of discussion with H.E. M. Nabil Fahmy, Egyptian ambassador to the United States. (Nixon Center, 4/6/2000) Read More...


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Business Times (Egypt)
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Cairo Times (Egypt)
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Middle East Times (Egypt)
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