Bustan - Vol.11, No.2 (Winter 2020)
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In this issue of Turkeyscope, Dr. Marwa Maziad discusses the relationship between Turkey and Egypt over the long term. She analyzes the causes and effects of the divergent approaches to domestic and regional politics held presently by the respective Turkish and Egyptian presidents.
In this issue of Beehive, Michael Barak analyzes the reactions in the social media to the election of Joe Biden to the US Presidency among supporters and opponents of the Egyptian regime, including exiled dissidents.
Bustan, Vol.11, No.1 (Summer 2020).
In the latest edition of Tel Aviv Notes, Joshua Krasna examines the regional implications of Chevron's purchase of Noble Energy for Israel, Egypt, and Jordan.
A National Hero or a Symbol of Oppression? Protesting the Statue of Ferdinand de Lesseps in Port Said
In July issue of Beehive Michael Barak examines the protests by residents of the city of Port Said against the reposition the statue of de Lesseps, who initiated the Suez Canal excavation project, which symbolizes European colonialism.
Michael Barak’s essay outlines the Sisi government’s late start in its effort to curb the crisis and control the media narrative. This article is part of "The Coronavirus in the Middle East: State and Society in a Time of Crisis".