EPC | 01 Jul 2013
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
The analysis assesses the strategic position, which was prepared by the Global Muslim Brotherhood after June 30th and affirmed the movement’s intention to adopt violent scenarios.
The assessment reviews the complicated calculations of the army on June 30, in light of the bitter experience after one year of protests against the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.
This analysis raises the question of whether the scenario of confrontation between the Brotherhood and the state will be repeated?
This assessment is based on the concept of the required “Historic Bloc” to preserve the June 30th revolution.
The analysis points out that the third transition to democracy in Egypt - the first one was during Anwar al Sadat presidency in 1977 and the second was after the January revolution - can be understood against the backdrop of
This assessment analyzes the situation in Sinai during the Brotherhood’s era and the active terrorist groups there.