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The mills of God grind slowly but surely

A few days ago, the pro-Muslim Brotherhood prosecutor general pressed charges against a number of iconic youth revolutionary figures. The...

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Egypt’s economy: From crisis to crash

Since February 2011, Egyptian authorities have designed their fiscal, monetary and exchange rate policies for the sole purpose of preventing...

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What is Egypt’s politics all about?

It has already become clear that Egypt’s revolution has deep socioeconomic roots that cannot be quelled through the establishment of...

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Egypt's conservative democracy

“The transitional period is officially over,” President Mohamed Morsy said following the ratification of the country’s first post-revolutionary Constitution. Indeed,...

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The irrelevance of the political class

The recent protest wave that started with the second anniversary of the 25 January revolution displays the early death signs...

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The opposition’s lost bet on the economic crisis

Egypt faces a severe economic crisis that has not been seen since the late 1980s, when the country was on...

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Why the pound devaluation now?

The long-expected devaluation of the Egyptian pound is finally taking place. The pound has undergone its greatest devaluation against the...

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Whatever happened to the Brotherhood?

In elections in late 2011, the Brotherhood secured more than 42% of the parliamentary seats and emerged as the single...

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Is it collective suicide?

Most observers have been paying close attention to the exciting dynamics of Egypt’s ongoing political crisis, which unfolded following the...

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Bankruptcy as a democratic asset

Many observers fear that the country may be transiting from one authoritarian regime to another under the rule of the...

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The Cabinet’s lost bet on foreign capital

The Cabinet’s plans for economic recovery seem to revolve solely around one theme: the attraction of foreign capital inflows. The...

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Morsy’s Greek tragedy

Egypt currently suffers from a number of interrelated economic problems: an ever-widening budget deficit, swarming public debt and alarmingly dwindling...

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Egypt’s withering paternalism and the future of its political economy

The 25 January revolution can be considered the final showdown of the Nasserist socio-political order, which has been slowly decaying...

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Constitution: Silent on socio-economic rights

Drafting Egypt’s post-revolution constitution has been quite a troublesome process. Whereas the formation of the first Constituent Assembly stirred a...

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