Tag Archives: Morsy

Morsy finds his Mojo

Had the following published over at New Matilda : Egypt’s president, Mohammad Morsy of the Muslim Brotherhood, has asserted civilian presidential control, or at least the appearance of it, over the Egyptian military. Today he released a surprise statementrevealing he had … Continue reading

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The Brotherhood Takes Egypt’s Presidency

My piece on the Muslim Brotherhood’s victory in Egypt’s first post revolution presidential election, published on over at New Matilda. The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamad Morsy may not be the ideal revolutionary president, but he’s not military or a Mubarak crony, … Continue reading

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The End Of Egypt’s Revolution?

Had the following published over at New Matilda The Egyptian presidential election is imminent and the fallout from the Mubarak trial is far from settled. Nearly a year and a half after the fall of the dictator, two critical political … Continue reading

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Interviews on Egypt’s Elections

Have done a couple of in depth interviews since the first round of presidential voting. One is with the always fantastic Citizen Radio pod-cast, check it out here (I’m not mentioned in the episode run down but just hit play and … Continue reading

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Egypt’s Brotherhood Takes The Lead

My piece on the first round of voting in Egypt’s presidential elections, published on New Matilda. As the polls close on the second day of voting in Egypt’s first meaningful presidential elections, the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidateMohamad Morsy — who was polling … Continue reading

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