EPC | 08 Jul 2013
As a result of a series of mistakes committed by the deposed Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi, the miscalculations by the Muslim Brotherhood of the street pulse and the army’s reaction and the
EPC | 01 Jul 2013
The assessment highlights reasons behind the failure of the experience of the Muslim Brotherhood in running Egypt through a number of indicators, notably, the lack of qualifications and
1- Rouhani’s foreign policy will be based on idealism accompanied by realism compared to Khatami’s foreign policy, which combined realism and liberalism, while Ahmadinejad’s foreign policy
This paper assesses the cabinet of Dr. Hazem al Beblawi which was announced on July 16, 2013 and included 36 ministers; 3 of them acting as deputies to the prime minister.
Disparity of the official Iranian stands, which were announced by Iranian foreign minister on the issue of toppling former Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi, raised questions about the reality of Iran’s position on this issue.
The assessment analyzes the performance of the presidency, the government, the Islamist movement, the security agencies, the civil movement and the church during the two days preceding
The paper tackles the political and intellectual debate raised by the June 30th revolution, the ousting of President Morsi and whether it was a revolution or a coup d’état by reviewing two concepts and schools on defining
The assessment presents the following three possible major tracks for the situation in Egypt in the aftermath of the June 30th revolution