• Events

    Egypt six years after the revolution

    05 December 2016. 

    Discussion Meeting
    Dr H.A. Hellyer, Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East, Atlantic Council
    Arundel House, London
    Monday 5 December 2016, 12.30–1.30PM BST

  • Events

    Egypt's Islamist Insurgency: Dynamics and the Security Response

    07 June 2016. 

    Discussion Meeting
    Mokhtar Awad, Research Fellow, Program on Extremism at George Washington University
    Arundel House, London
    Tuesday 7 June 2016, 12.30–1.30PM BST

  • Armed Conflict Survey

    Chapter 3: Middle East

    05 May 2016. 

    Egypt (Sinai)
    Iraq
    Israel–Palestine
    Lebanon–Hizbullah–Syria
    Libya
    Mali (The Sahel)
    Syria
    Turkey (PKK)
    Yemen

  • Events

    Adelphi Launch - Egypt After the Spring: Revolt and Reaction

    02 March 2016. 

    Book Launch
    Michael Hanna, Senior Fellow, Century Foundation
    Hebatalla Taha, Research Analyst, IISS
    Arundel House, London
    Wednesday 2 March, 12.30-1.30pm

  • Events

    Beyond Tahrir: Egypt Five Years After Mubarak

    26 February 2016. 

    Roundtable Seminar
    Dr H.A. Hellyer, Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council and Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute 
    IISS-Asia, Singapore
    Friday 26 February, 10.30AM-12.00PM

  • IISS Voices

    Alexander Neill: Xi makes economic inroads in Middle East

    22 January 2016.  As China seeks to gain greater economic leverage in the Middle East it may find itself drawn into the region's security problems, despite Beijing's long-held policy of non-alignment, says Alexander Neill.

  • Adelphi Books

    Chapter 5: Egypt’s non-Islamist parties

    12 January 2016. 

    Michael Wahid Hanna analyses the disparate array of non-Islamist political forces that have struggled to position themselves and ensure their relevance to the ever-changing politics of Egypt. He discusses several stages of fracture within non-Islamist parties, which have ultimately led to the demise of a genuine political opposition.

  • Adelphi Books

    Chapter 7: A revolution without a revolutionary foreign policy

    12 January 2016. 

    Gamal Hassan explains the remarkable stability of Egypt’s foreign policy during a period of upheaval, and traces its fundamental drivers back to a consensus built during the Mubarak era. He contends that despite fears of a potential realignment, Egyptian foreign policy continues to fall back on positions that Mubarak established.

  • Adelphi Books

    Chapter 4: The Muslim Brotherhood

    12 January 2016. 

    Yasser El-Shimy looks into the thinking and behaviour of the Muslim Brotherhood throughout the transition period. He explains how within the space of a year the Islamist organisation went from dominating Egypt to being banned and falling into disarray.

  • Adelphi Books

    Chapter 8: Militarisation and security challenges in Egypt

    12 January 2016. 

    Hebatalla Taha examines Egypt’s security challenges and argues that the state response is designed to bolster Sisi’s strategy of consolidation, rather than provide holistic approaches to complex problems. She argues that continuous and escalating militarisation has exacerbated the insurgencies plaguing Egypt.

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