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H.A. Hellyer
Fellow
11/26/2013
Egypt’s transitional process, that so far has stymied its revolution, rather than enabling it, has been nothing but tragic.... » read more
H.A. Hellyer
Fellow
11/25/2013
For the past three years, the Egyptian political elite, across the board, has wholly failed to inspire Egyptian citizens. A constitution borne out of this process will not be able to bear testimony to the sacrifices of the Egyptian people in the past three years – all of their sacrifices from across the political arena. But, it can surely do better than this.... » read more
H.A. Hellyer
Fellow
11/14/2013
The subject of women’s rights in the Arab world has invigorated debates for many years. But such discussions have taken a controversial course recently with the publication of a Thomson Reuters Foundation study on the status of women in this region.... » read more
H.A. Hellyer
Fellow
11/12/2013
When those in Egypt talk about democracy, whether those who demand “legitimacy” for Morsi’s presidency, or those who insist there is a 30 June “revolution”, they ought to be reminded: without respect for the other, there is no revolution. There is only revulsion. The alternative, of course, which seems to be what a lot of people secretly want, is: ‘let’s kill them all’.... » read more
H.A. Hellyer
Fellow
11/11/2013
The June 30 protests did not have to lead to a military ouster of Mohammad Mursi – it could have just as easily led to a number of different outcomes.... » read more
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