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H.A. Hellyer

11/7/2013
Since the partial suspension of American aid to Egypt in early October, there have been suspicions that the American-Egyptian relationship has been in jeopardy.... » read more
H.A. Hellyer

11/4/2013
One would have hoped that the Egyptian media, a ‘party of power’ unto itself, would have sought to restructure the security apparatus or address the failings of the powerful. But the last three signs have seen signs of the contrary.... » read more
Sahar Aziz
Legal Fellow
10/31/2013
The violence Egypt experienced this summer brings to the forefront whether impeachment is a more effective avenue for removing a president accused of egregiously abusing his power. ... » read more
H.A. Hellyer

10/21/2013
The question is about what the aim of the law ought to be. Is it to ensure that the right to freedom of assembly and protest is protected?... » read more
H.A. Hellyer

10/16/2013
The state of Egypt's governance in the last three months since Morsi's removal, while still in flux and transition, is hard to describe as another phase toward full-fledged democracy.... » read more
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