By the 4th anniversary of the Egyptian uprising, over than 20 people killed and tens injured by security forces in Egypt. How are these developments interplay in Egyptian democratisation attempts?
Freedom of speech and journalism is dearly embraced in this part of the world demonstrated by the unity rally in Paris, but what’s about the Muslim-majority world, from which several political leaders joined the rally?
A denial of the relationship between Islam, as it is understood in the modern time, and violence. Charlie Hebdo tragedy: Is it Islam or a denial of Muslims?
President of Egypt Al-Sisi, despite his dictatorial overtake of power in Egypt, has said few significant words in the path of an Islamic reformation. Here is how these words simultaneously mean tolerance and intolerance
Politics Matter in the Middle East and So Does Religion: Forms of Political Instrumentalisation of Islam
Politics Matter in the Middle East and So Does Religion: These are the Forms of Political Instrumentalisation of Islam that lead to controlling society and preserving power.
Bounded Rationality and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt: Maximisation of Self-utility or Public Interest
Bounded Rationality and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt: A theoretical overview on how they maximise self-utility versus Public Interest
The role of social groups in making historical events succeed takes shape according to two important factors: Their ability to change and, the kind of their contribution to the development of that change. How has worked in Egypt since the 1970s?