Junior Researcher Joyce van de Bildt discusses the graffiti movement that has developed in Egypt since the 2011 revolution.
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Contesting Identities in South Sinai: Development, Transformation, and the Articulation of a "Bedouin" Identity under Egyptian Rule
The Moshe Dayan Center
Paperback , 238 pages , ₪80
Guest contributor Giora Eliraz compares Indonesia's successful transition to democracy with Egypt's experience since 2011.
Senior Research Fellow Asher Susser analyzes the major powers in Egyptian politics after the 'Arab Spring', the military and the Muslim Brotherhood, and the role of democracy in the recent events.
Guest contributor Haggai Erlich discusses an additional challenge Egypt is facing: Ethiopia's dam on the Blue Nile, which provides about four-fifths of Egypt's water supply.
Tel Aviv Notes: Junior Researcher Michael Barak analyzes the recent breakdown in relations between the ruling party in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood, and its partner in government, the salafist Al-Nour Party.
MDC Junior Researcher Joel Parker examines why Syrians, particularly from middle- and upper-class, are choosing Egypt as a place of refuge from the civil war in Syria.
MDC Researcher Brandon Friedman discusses the "double game" Hamas has been playing with Egypt and with salafi-jihadi Gaza-based groups, and Egypt's own diplomatic maneuvring during the recent confrontation between Hamas and Israel.
Junior Researcher Joyce van de Bildt discusses the status of Egypt's Copts under President Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood's rule.
In this edition of Iqtisadi: Middle East Economy, Dr. Paul Rivlin discusses Islamic economic thought and its meaning for Egypt's economy following Mohamed Morsi's election to the presidency.