EPC | 01 Jun 2013
The assessment analyzes the way in which Cairo managed the crisis as a result of Ethiopia’s decision to divert the flow of the Blue Nile, which is the major tributary of the Nile river that supplies Egypt with nearly 85% of its water resources.
The assessment analyzes the political, security and religious tools and strategies adopted by the Muslim Brotherhood to weaken the opposition and paralyze its ability to communicate with citizens
EPC | 28 May 2013
There is a wide spread belief that the al Saud regime, which was surprised that the turmoil of the Arab Spring is surrounding it, is facing a decisive moment in its history.
EPC | 05 May 2013
According to the GCC initiative and its executive mechanism, all what is left of the interim term for President Abd Rabbu Mansur Hadi is less than a year, which ends in Feb.
EPC | 04 May 2013
Political pluralism started twenty-three years ago in Yemen. This experience had special features and rules, which opened many opportunities for some parties.
EPC | 02 May 2013
The Study concludes the following: 1. The struggle was and still a feature of the relations among the political forces in Iran since the rise of Islamic revolution; this struggle has created a fertile soil for
EPC | 01 May 2013
The paper tackled the content of the political discourse of President Morsi and reasons that made it a subject of ridicule.
The estimate highlights the fragmentation and division that prevailed in the civil opposition parties in Egypt after the January 25 revolution, which he considered