North Africa


  • Europe must not accept Egypt's military coup

    Nick Witney - 18 June, 2012

    Against the backdrop of Egypt's presidential elections, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) staged a coup d’etat. For Europe, this counter-revolution constitutes a test of whether we have truly learned the lessons of the Arab uprisings.  

    Egyptians Making History

    Elijah Zarwan - 13 June, 2012

    Ahead of the second round of Egypts's presidential elections, Elijah Zarwan is in Cairo and takes a closer look at the Brotherhood and the Military - the two dominant forces in Egypt's unfolding drama.   

    Contesting Egypt's future

    Elijah Zarwan - 24 May, 2012

    The lead up to the Egyptian elections has seen hope, pride and the anxiety of real suspense. But whoever forms the next government will face a real test in dealing with the economy, reforming institutions and addressing many other legitimate complaints.  

    Egypt's popular putsch

    Daniel Korski - 26 January, 2012

    It is too early to write off Egypt's revolution. Unlike in the past, politics is now a live issue across the country, and that popular force is a difficult one to control or stop, and even the steps that have been taken now seemed impossible just over a year ago.  

    A ‘reset’ with Algeria: the Russia to the EU’s south

    Susi Dennison - 13 December, 2011

    Algeria is at risk of turmoil without EU-backed reform


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