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10th Anniversary Interview – HA Hellyer

10th Anniversary Interview – HA Hellyer

To celebrate E-IR’s 10th anniversary we asked some of our existing interviewees two further questions reflecting on the last decade in International Relations.

Mohamed Morsi, Egypt and Israel

Mohamed Morsi, Egypt and Israel

Morsi’s single year in power brought more changes in relations between Israel and Egypt than the many years of his predecessors, Presidents Mubarak, Sadat and Nasser.

Egypt after Morsi: In Search for Political Legitimacy

Egypt after Morsi: In Search for Political Legitimacy

We are likely to witness a phase of political confrontation marked by occasional episodes of violence in Egypt. The outcome depends on how transitional authorities deal with three key challenges.

The EU’s Democracy-Stability Dilemma Persists in Egypt

The EU’s Democracy-Stability Dilemma Persists in Egypt

Negative assessments of Egypt’s democratic transition contrasted with positive assessments of its foreign policies suggests that the democracy-stability dilemma persists in EU-Egyptian relations.

Should the BRICS Admit Egypt?

Should the BRICS Admit Egypt?

The BRICS should be considering how to deepen their global agenda, or how to expand by including new states, like Egypt, which can enhance their power and legitimacy in the global south.

Egyptian and Syrian Civil-Military Relations

Egyptian and Syrian Civil-Military Relations

The civil-military relations in Egypt and Syria help explain their domestic strife and the expected outcome after this ends. Both countries will face problems until these relations are resolved.

Egypt’s Many Game-Changers: Identifying the Drivers of Change

Egypt’s Many Game-Changers: Identifying the Drivers of Change

Egypt’s political future hangs precariously in the balance. Shrouded in obscurity and uncertainty, the transitional path to a democratic, civilian state is difficult and vastly complicated.

Considering YouTube Diplomacy

Considering YouTube Diplomacy

The differences in Western and Arab reactions to the Innocence of Muslims video clip cannot be reconciled. A cultural détente is our best hope. YouTube diplomacy is now an issue that all nations must address.

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