EPC | 01 Oct 2014
This paper includes an estimate for the most important rules that will govern the upcoming elections of the Egyptian House of Representatives. Those rules are included in the parliamentary elections law issued in June 2014.
EPC | 01 Sep 2014
The paper analyzes and evaluates the results of the fourth round of the trilateral committee’s meetings regarding the Renaissance Dam, which took place on Aug. 25-26, 2014.
The analysis raises questions about reasons behind the delay of President al-Sisi’s announcement of his presidential team and the disappearance of most aides, who have worked in the president’s campaign, from the scene.
The analysis tackles the controversy among political parties and forces to form an alliance to run for parliamentary elections.
EPC | 12 Aug 2014
This analysis addresses the future of the reconciliation process between the State and the Muslim Brotherhood after more than a year after the fall of the Brotherhood’s rule, with the approach of the first anniversary of the end of the Raba’a sit-in on August 14.
EPC | 01 Aug 2014
This paper deals with shifts, which violent groups in Egypt are going through in light of revelations for the first time about armed brigades affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood and other movements intellectually influenced by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and the announcement about a number of Egyptian youths joining ISIL.
This analysis deals with the debate about the Suez Canal development project. It provides a description for the most important milestones of the project and its role in transforming the region from a mere commercial passageway into a world industrial and logistic center to support the transportation and trade sectors.
EPC | 01 Mar 2014
This assessment explains the aspects of tension in the Egyptian-American ties since Jan. 2014, notably, Washington’s constant rejection to recognize the June 30th revolution, the negative stand by