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by: Jack Shenker 2010-6-25
Mohamed ElBaradei, the former head of the UN nuclear watchdog, joined about 4,000 Egyptians at a rare large-scale street protest today, in his most direct challenge to President Hosni Mubarak since returning to the country earlier this year...

by: Jack Shenker 2010-6-25
Mohamed ElBaradei, the former head of the UN nuclear watchdog, joined about 4,000 Egyptians at a rare large-scale street protest today, in his most direct challenge to President Hosni Mubarak since returning to the country earlier this year...

by: Jack Shenker 2010-1-26
Anyone who rejects the premise that Egypt is as unstable as Iran is urged to take a look at the spine-tingling photos and videos of demonstrations against Mubarak in Mahalla back in April 2008, including the iconic image of hundreds of angry Egyptians bearing down with their feet on a flattened poster of the president...

by: Jack Shenker 2009-9-5
Speculation that Egypt's ageing leader could be about to step down and pass power to his son are dominating the Arab press. But although the drama is providing new openings for Egyptian journalists, the underlying politics of presidential succession remain depressingly familiar...

by: Jack Shenker 2009-4-19
There are several recurring themes one becomes wearily familiar with when following the erratic world of Egyptian politics. Sensational revelations about Zionist/Iranian plots to destabilise the nation are a permanent fixture, as are empty policy statements parroted by government spokesmen and stoic silence from the regime on any issue that actually matters. One thing you don’t often hear about, though, is resignation speeches – it takes a lifetime’s work acquiring wasta (connections,..

by: Jack Shenker 2008-11-6
Analysis of the "global response" to Barack Obama’s stunning victory last night tends to oscillate erratically between the elite and the street, interspersing the thoughts of diplomatic officialdom with quotes from random taxi drivers encountered by the reporter on the way to the airport. Neither approach offers a particularly satisfying insight into the significance of Obama’s victory beyond America’s borders, and it’s easy to question the veracity of sweeping generalisations regardin..

by: Jack Shenker 2008-10-10
The internet, ham-fisted censorship and an outspoken young generation are combining to redraw the media landscape..

by: Jack Shenker 2008-8-29
Cynics suspect government involvement in a fire at the Shura council in Cairo: a sign of how volatile the country has becomeAll comments ()..