EPC | 05 Jun 2013
The year 2011 was a critical juncture in the track of modern political history of Arab World countries. A number of these countries have witnessed unprecedented public uprisings since Dec. 2010, which have not only called for reforms, transparency and the rule of law, but the changing of regimes as well.
EPC | 03 Jun 2013
There is a syndrome that characterizes politics and its history in Yemen. It is an ailment, in which geography and politics exchange roles and express each other’s needs. Both were not able to disengage from each other.
Yemen is going through a state of near lawlessness. Manifestations of this lawlessness have increased to include closing roads and transport lines between governorates, raising checkpoints on roads, even in some cities,
EPC | 01 Jun 2013
The assessment analyzes reasons behind the rising divisive religious and sectarian discourse, in face of political opponents in Egypt during May and June 2013, the danger of using this kind of
The assessment deals with the crisis of kidnapping Egyptian soldiers, the way the state had handled this issue as well as its significance on the future of the security situation in Sinai.
The assessment analyzes how the Muslim Brotherhood has used religion politically to consolidate its rule through the religious symbolism of the president’s movements and speeches
The estimate explains the crisis of the Egyptian state after the January revolution and during the "Brotherhood" rule, which foreign researchers described as a state
The paper concluded that the ruling coalition of the “House of the Leader”-the Revolutionary Guard Corps has succeeded in engineering the recent presidential elections in Iran by achieving a large