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A new article in the Carnegie Endowment’s Arab Reform Bulletin by Omar Ashour describes how Mohamed ElBaradei has mobilized the Egyptian diaspora...

In a new article at Middle East Report and Information Project, Barnard College Professor Mona El-Ghobashy explains that recent protests in Egypt are a form social bargaining between the Egyptian population and the government...

An event was held today at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace celebrating the release of the book “Between Religion and Politics”, coauthored by Amr Hamzawy and Nathan Brown...

Stephan Roll has a new piece on the fissures in Egypt’s ruling elite in the Carnegie Endowment’s Arab Reform Bulletin. According to Roll, the National Democratic Party’s leadership is divided between an old guard, which supports traditional, statist policies and a new guard composed of businessmen who favor further privatization...

Over at the Hudson Institute’s Hudson New York blog, Khaled Abu Toameh writes that Hosni Mubarak’s goal in attending the Middle East peace summit was to build support in the West for his son, Gamal..

Power Outages Cause Outrage..

by: Jennifer 2010-8-26
A piece at The Los Angeles Times’ Babylon & Beyond explores the roots of the Popular Coalition for Supporting Gamal Mubarak, noting that speculation and debate have emerged regarding whether the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) is behind the coalition...

The Lebanese parliament granted 400,000 Palestinian refugees in Lebanon full employment rights today...

by: Jennifer 2010-8-14
director of research at the Brookings Doha Center, argues in a new policy briefing that the U.S. must reassess its policy toward moderate Islamist groups in the Middle East, or potentially see a trend of radicalization emerge...

As Mohamed ElBaradei, the former IAEA director and current Egyptian presidential prospect, gears up for his much anticipated trip to the United States next week, Egyptians of all stripes are watching eagerly and waiting for the political implications of each movement...

by: Chanan 2010-4-20
Stephen McInerney, POMED’s Director of Advocacy, published an article at ForeignPolicy.com about the potential establishment by the U.S. of an “endowment” for the Egyptian government, popularly referred to as the “Mubarak Trust Fund.” The FY10 appropriations bill passed by Congress in December allows the administration to use “up to $50 million” to establish an endowment to “further the shared interests” of both countries...

by: Josh 2010-4-20
The Project on Middle East Democracy and the Heinrich B?ll Foundation co-hosted an event on Capitol Hill to mark the release of a new publication, “The Federal Budget and Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2011: Democracy, Governance, and Human Rights in the Middle East.”..

by: Chanan 2010-2-23
Evgeny Morozov, a Yahoo! fellow at Georgetown University and contributing editor to Foreign Policy, penned a Wall Street Journal essay over the weekend challenging many commonly held conceptions about the Internet’s impact on revolutions and democratization...

Egypt was under fire yesterday at the UN Human Rights Council Universal Periodical Review (UPR), an evaluative process established by the UN General Assembly in 2006 to critique countries’ human rights records...

Committee to Protect Journalists reports that human rights reporting in the Arab media has seen an increase despite efforts to curtail such coverage by repressive Arab regimes...

Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs Tamara Wittes briefed the foreign press yesterday on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s speech at the U.S.-Islamic World Forum in Doha..

A recent article from the FAO Journal answers affirmatively, and attempts to identify mechanisms to “defeat Islamists at the ballot.”..

Kamal Abbas kicked off the discussion by noting that Egypt was put on a blacklist of countries to be reviewed about labor and workers rights, which makes the timing of the Solidarity Center’s report particularly important...

As a result of Egypt’s Universal Periodical Review (UPR) at the UN, the Human Rights Council released a total of 165 recommendations intended to remedy what the council believes is an environment of deteriorating human rights treatment...

Dozens of women and human rights organizations staged a protest on Thursday in front of the Egyptian State Council’s Cairo headquarters in reaction to a recent decision by the Council to bar female justices from holding judicial positions...

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