Michael Barak surveys the positions of Egyptian users of SNS regarding the accomplishments of President ‘Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi after three years in office, and the general consensus surrounding al-Sisi's poor economic performance.
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MDC Research Fellow Dr. Mira Tzoreff examines the changes in the Egyptian public discourse about the June 1967 War, on the occasion of its 50-year anniversary.
Michael Barak analyzes the campaign on Egyptian social media to improve their status.
Joyce van de Bildt - de Jong explains that today's yearning for the monarchy in Egypt, while detached from historical reality, is a reaction to present popular grievances, in particular the lack of stability, security, freedom, and economic opportunities in Egyptian society today.
Michael Barak analyzes the responses of Egyptian users, mostly supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, to the state of affairs in Egypt six years after the January 25 Revolution.
Joyce van de Bildt examines current feelings of nostalgia in modern Egypt for the monarchy. In Hebrew.
In his February 6 "Mideast Monitor" column for the Jerusalem Report, Prof. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman analyzes the significant economic and political challenges facing Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
In this article from the December 2016 issue of Beehive: Middle East Social Media, Michael Barak studies the online efforts of Egyptian civil society to advance social issues, with a focus on child trafficking and kidnappings.
In his "Mideast Monitor" column for the Jerusalem Report, MDC Senior Researcher Prof. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman writes of the challenges currently facing the alliance between Saudi Arabia and Egypt - the historical leaders of the Sunni Arab bloc of states.
In this article, Michael Barak addresses the reactions in Egyptian social media to Egypt's troubled economy.