Egyptian officials confirm two dead and over 90 injured in the latest wave of sectarian violence in the country.
Read CMEC’s latest publication by Charles Holmes. This paper attempts to offer some understanding of Islamism in its most modern form – as an emphatically political phenomenon in the context of the Arab Spring – and what this means for both Arab Muslim states and their western counterparts, now.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to focus on the ongoing crisis in Syria during his first official tour that will include stops in London, Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar.
Writing exclusively for CMEC, Dareen Khalifa, Atkin Fellow at The International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, comments on the continued unrest in Egypt, and the prosects for Egypt’s upcoming parliamentary elections.
Responding to civil unrest that has left dozens dead President Mohamed Morsi declares a month-long state of emergency.
Faisal Al Yafai writes exclusively for CMEC on what the Arab revolutions mean for women in the Middle East.
Tamirace Fakhoury writes exclusively for CMEC on the factors at the heart of the Arab world that are paramount in our assessment of the situation today, and examines possible courses of action for the international community.
Borzou Daragahi, in the Financial Times, outlines the emergent campaign of the liberal and secular political forces in Egypt.
Faisal Al Yafai writes in The National about the changing regional order in the Arab world since the Arab Spring and what this means for the international community.
Nathan J. Brown, writing in Foreign Policy, discusses the recent events in Egypt and what the actions really mean for every major institution in Egypt.