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Summer 2014

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Writings by Topic: Egypt

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Articles

Title Author Publication Date
The Minority Strategy: A New Path for American Interests in the Middle East Gabriel Scheinmann The Tower July 8, 2014
Will Israel Save Hamas and Fatah Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute April 29, 2014
EU Report, EU Money Threaten Israel Shoshana Bryen PJMedia March 14, 2014
Terror Strikes Again in Egypt Yoram Schweizer, Shlomo Brom and Shani Avita inFocus Quarterly Spring 2014
Egypt is Not a Democracy: Shoshana Bryen American Thinker January 16, 2014
The Way They See It (1 comment) Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute January 7, 2014
Egypt Turning to the Russians? Not So Fast Shoshana Bryen American Thinker November 7, 2013
A Lesser Superpower Than We Used To Be Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute October 24, 2013
Beware al-Jazeera Coming to America Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute August 22, 2013
The Triumph of Illusion (2 comments) Shoshana Bryen American Thinker August 20, 2013
Increasing US Irrelevance in Egypt Shoshana Bryen August 15, 2013
"Radicalizing" the Muslim Brotherhood Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute August 2, 2013
Shoshana Bryen talks to the Middle East Round Table show Shoshana Bryen 1330AM WEBY Radio July 25, 2013
Middle East Roundup Matthew RJ Brodsky Secure Freedom Radio / The Frank Gaffney Show July 16, 2013
Shifting Sands: The Middle East in 2013 Shoshana Bryen Summer Institute of The Jewish Center of the Hamptons July 16, 2013
The U.S. Gets a "Mulligan" in Egypt (1 comment) Shoshana Bryen American Thinker July 10, 2013
Dateline Defense: Egypt, Israel, and the New "Arab Spring" Matthew RJ Brodsky ABC News Channel 8 "Capital Insider" July 8, 2013
Mistaking Cause and Effect in Syria (1 comment) Shoshana Bryen American Thinker May 10, 2013
Enshrining Ideologies: Egypt and the U.S. Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute January 22, 2013
"Carnage in Schedule Two" Shoshana Bryen American Thinker December 31, 2012
How to Use American Influence (1 comment) Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute December 27, 2012
Bryen Participates in NRO and New English Review Symposia Shoshana Bryen inSIGHT September 14, 2012
The 9/11 Anniversary Attacks in Libya and Egypt Matthew RJ Brodsky ABC News Channel 8 "Afternoon Report" September 12, 2012
U.S. Security Interests in Egypt Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute August 31, 2012
Egypt Fully Remilitarizing Sinai - with U.S. Help Shoshana Bryen Gatestone Institute August 20, 2012
The beginning of accountability in Egypt? Shoshana Bryen American Thinker August 9, 2012
Military Exercises and Political Correctness Shoshana Bryen American Thinker June 1, 2012
Why is the U.S. doing Special Ops exercise with Egypt and Pakistan? (1 comment) Shoshana Bryen American Thinker May 18, 2012
Between War and a Warm Embrace (1 comment) Shoshana Bryen American Thinker April 15, 2012
What's on That Ship, and Where Is It Going? Shoshana Bryen American Thinker April 1, 2012
Out Now (1 comment) Shoshana Bryen March 2, 2012
As The Brotherhood Takes Office Can we Keep Faith with the People? Shoshana Bryen January 25, 2012
Israel's Egypt Problem Caroline Glick inFocus Quarterly Winter 2011
Egypt One Year After: The Regime that Fell Samuel Tadros inFocus Quarterly Winter 2011
Arab Spring or Islamist Winter? Joel Himelfarb inFocus Quarterly Winter 2011
Letter from the Publisher: A Year of Arab Upheaval Matthew Brooks inFocus Quarterly Winter 2011
A Firsthand Account of the Protests in Egypt (1 comment) Joshua R. Goodman JPC Exclusive February 7, 2011
ElBaradei Not the Solution Matthew RJ Brodsky Ynet News February 5, 2011
Middle East Challenges for the New U.S. Congress Matthew RJ Brodsky Center for Security Policy January 28, 2011
Rep. Steve Cohen's Nazi reference | Unfolding events in Egypt | 'Palestine Papers' (2 comments) TBD / News Channel 8 "Capital Insider" January 27, 2011
Egypt at a Crossroads Joshua R. Goodman inFocus Quarterly Winter 2010
The Impact of the Global Economic Crisis on the Arab World (1 comment) Paul Rivlin inFocus Quarterly Summer 2009
Defund Egypt If It Won't Close Tunnels (7 comments) Jonathan Schanzer Investor's Business Daily January 27, 2009
Making Egyptian Aid Conditional Daniel Mandel inFocus Quarterly Fall 2008
Renewed Iran-Egypt Ties? Jonathan Schanzer National Review Online May 1, 2008
The Forgotten Jewish Refugees From Arab States Robert Ivker inFocus Quarterly Spring 2008
Egyptian Security and the Gaza Border Khairi Abaza inFocus Quarterly Fall 2007
Egypt's Sharm El-Sheikh Sham Jonathan Schanzer Philadelphia Bulletin June 26, 2007

Blog Posts

Title Author Publication Date
Egypt To Cut Subsidies, Ease Deficit Yael Rein inCONTEXT Blog July 10, 2014
Al-Sisi Wins in Egypt Amid Low Turnout Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog May 29, 2014
IDF Cancels Training Due to Budget Cuts Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog May 21, 2014
U.S. Senator Blocks Military Aid to Egypt Alex Finkelstein inCONTEXT Blog May 1, 2014
Egypt Denies Bail to Detained Reporters Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog April 8, 2014
Egyptian Court Bans Hamas Activities Alex Finkelstein inCONTEXT Blog March 6, 2014
Egyptian General Likely to Be Next President Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog January 28, 2014
Egyptians to Vote on New Constitution Alex Finkelstein inCONTEXT Blog January 14, 2014
Report Details Human Trafficking in Sinai Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog December 6, 2013
Muslim Brotherhood Suspects on Trial in UAE Hannah Schaeffer inCONTEXT Blog November 7, 2013
Police Face Trial Over Brotherhood Deaths Hannah Schaeffer inCONTEXT Blog October 24, 2013
Egypt-U.S. Relations Strained Following Aid Cuts Hannah Schaeffer inCONTEXT Blog October 16, 2013
Egypt Reopens Rafah Crossing Hannah Schaeffer inCONTEXT Blog September 18, 2013
'Largest Operation' in Years Started to Quell Sinai Violence Hannah Schaeffer and Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog September 12, 2013
Egyptian Courts Crackdown on Islamist Protesters Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog September 4, 2013
Sinai Peninsula Plagued by Militant Attacks Beth Kanopsic and Skyler Schmanski inCONTEXT Blog July 30, 2013
Political Transition Accelerates in Egypt Beth Kanopsic inCONTEXT Blog July 17, 2013
Israel Sets New Military Priorities Amid Budget Cuts Skyler Schmanski inCONTEXT Blog July 16, 2013
Egyptian Military Ousts Morsi (1 comment) Skyler Schmanski inCONTEXT Blog July 3, 2013
Army Preparing for Large Protests in Cairo Skyler Schmanski inCONTEXT Blog June 27, 2013
Egyptian Court Sentences Employees of Western NGOs Beth Kanopsic inCONTEXT Blog June 6, 2013
Jihadis Kidnap Seven Egyptian Security Personnel in Sinai Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog May 22, 2013
Morsi Reshuffles Cabinet in Egypt Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog May 9, 2013
Ahmadinejad in Cairo Amy Farina inCONTEXT Blog February 6, 2013
Arab Uprising 2.0 in Egypt? Amy Farina inCONTEXT Blog January 30, 2013
Morsi Increases Military's Power as Vote Looms Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog December 10, 2012
Egypt Rushes Vote on Draft Constitution Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog November 29, 2012
Morsi's Broad Decree Brings Unrest to Egypt Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog November 27, 2012
The Unsure Future of Egypt's Coptic Christians Joshua Ely inCONTEXT Blog November 8, 2012
In Egypt, Parliament to Remain Dissolved Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog September 24, 2012
Hamas in Egypt: The Start of Warmer Relations? Joshua Ely inCONTEXT Blog September 20, 2012
U.S. Missions in Libya, Egypt Attacked Michael Johnson inCONTEXT Blog September 12, 2012
Cairo Lifts Ban on Veiled News Reporters Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog September 4, 2012
Morsi's Power Grab? Zachary Fisher inCONTEXT Blog August 14, 2012
Terrorist Attack Hits Sinai, Israel Zachary Fisher inCONTEXT Blog August 7, 2012
Morsi Extends an Olive Branch? Jonathan Doc Habany inCONTEXT Blog August 1, 2012
Secretary Clinton in Cairo Zachary Fisher inCONTEXT Blog July 20, 2012
Egypt's New President: Mohammed Morsi Kalen Taylor inCONTEXT Blog June 26, 2012
Egypt's Dubious Political Transition Zachary Fisher inCONTEXT Blog June 18, 2012
Bad Options in Egypt's Elections Kalen Taylor inCONTEXT Blog June 12, 2012
Lawless in the Sinai Zachary Fisher inCONTEXT Blog May 31, 2012
Moussa, Fotouh Face-Off in Egypt's First Presidential Debate Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog May 11, 2012
Congress Mulls New Restrictions to Egypt, PA Aid Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog May 10, 2012
Freedom of Press Remains Blocked in the Middle East Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog May 3, 2012
Sinai: The New Wild West? Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog April 26, 2012
Is Egypt Headed Towards Another Mubarak? Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog April 11, 2012
Passover Highlights Strain in Israel-Egypt Ties Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog April 6, 2012
Brotherhood Launches PR Offensive in Washington Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog April 5, 2012
Egypt, Tunisia Islamists Debate Sharia's Role Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog March 26, 2012
Egyptian Lawmakers Clarify: 'Will Never be a Friend' of Israel Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog March 13, 2012
NGO Workers Leave Egypt, But Row Not Yet Over Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog March 2, 2012
Hamas Keeps Gaza in the Dark Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog February 22, 2012
Egypt's Islamist-Led Parliament Sworn In Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog January 23, 2012
Washington Reaches Out to the Brotherhood Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog January 12, 2012
Muslim Brotherhood Renounces Recognition of Israel (1 comment) Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog January 3, 2012
Egypt Raids Pro-Democracy Groups Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog December 30, 2011
Egyptian Brotherhood Beats Drums of Victory Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog December 1, 2011
Renewed Protests in Egypt Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog November 22, 2011
Mubarak's Shadow Hinders Egyptian Progress Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog October 4, 2011
A Tale of Two Protests Erin Dwyer inCONTEXT Blog September 15, 2011
Mubarak on Trial Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog August 3, 2011
Egypt on the Road to Reform Lauren Stone inCONTEXT Blog July 19, 2011
Obama's Misguided Stance on Egypt Lauren Stone inCONTEXT Blog July 1, 2011
The Brotherhood is Back Lauren Stone inCONTEXT Blog June 14, 2011
Egypt Opens Border with Gaza Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog May 31, 2011
Egypt and the Fatah-Hamas Unity Deal Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog May 4, 2011
Egypt's Turn East? Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog April 6, 2011
Would Amr Moussa be an American Ally? Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog March 7, 2011
The Meaning of Iran's Suez Trip Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog February 23, 2011
The Muslim Brotherhood & Democracy (1 comment) Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog February 9, 2011
All Fall Down? Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog February 2, 2011
The Education-Democratization Connection Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog February 1, 2011
The Tunisian Domino Effect Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog January 27, 2011
The Middle East's Minorities Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog January 5, 2011
A Nuclear Middle East Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog December 6, 2010
Jordan, Egypt, and Bahrain Face Elections Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog October 18, 2010
Two Bizarre Tales from the Middle East Matthw RJ Brodsky inCONTEXT Blog September 17, 2010
Breaching the Gaza Barrier Richard Smith inCONTEXT Blog July 22, 2010
Egypt Arrests 25 for Terror Plot (1 comment) Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog February 3, 2010
Bibi Mubarak Redux Samara Greenberg inCONTEXT Blog May 7, 2009
Hezbollah in N Korea and Egypt Michael Sharnoff inCONTEXT Blog April 13, 2009
Ceasefire Backfire Redux? Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog January 17, 2009
Calm At What Cost? Cory Missimore inCONTEXT Blog July 22, 2008
Egypt Finds Gaza Tunnel Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog September 17, 2007
The Gaza Underground Jonathan Schanzer inCONTEXT Blog August 15, 2007

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