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H.A. Hellyer

1/16/2014
Now that Egyptians have voted on the new constitution, the country has passed the first signpost on the post-Morsi road-map. As Egypt’s political quagmire continues, the question becomes at what point will the political zero-sum game end and Egyptians begin to face their real problems?... » read more
H.A. Hellyer

1/14/2014
Many Egyptians are going to the polls this week to vote in a referendum on an amended constitution. ... » read more
H.A. Hellyer

1/14/2014
Today and tomorrow, Egyptians will go to the polls to vote on an amended constitution. The reality of what they are voting on is quite different from the constitution – and the repercussions of the vote will define Egypt for the coming phase. Indeed, the repercussions may outlast the constitution itself.... » read more
Mohammed Ayoob
Adjunct Scholar
1/13/2014
This book has been dedicated to the staff and scholars at ISPU. The Middle East has long been fraught with tension and volatility. However, the recent Arab uprisings have intensified instability, turning this 'hot-spot' into a veritable tinderbox whose potential for implosion has far-reaching regional and global consequences. ... » read more
Engy Abdelkader
Legal Fellow
1/9/2014
January 14th Tunisians marked the third anniversary of the "Jasmine Revolution" which culminated in the ouster of former Tunisian President Zine El-Abedine Ben Ali and triggered a series of events that would come to be known as the "Arab Spring." ... » read more
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