Experts & Staff: Alumni


Elijah Zarwan


Elijah used to work for ECFR as Senior Policy Fellow.


By Elijah Zarwan

  • What Europe should tell Mohammed Morsi (Commentary)

    Issandr El Amrani & Elijah Zarwan - 13 September 2012

    The Brussels visit of Egypt’s first democratically elected president Mohammed Morsi is a striking reminder of the changes that have swept the Arab world in the last 18 months. Europe should not miss a historic opportunity to rebuild relations with the most important country in the region.

     


    Egyptians Making History (Commentary)

    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 (Commentary)

    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.

     


  • What Europe should tell Mohammed Morsi (Commentary)

    Issandr El Amrani & Elijah Zarwan - 13 September 2012

    The Brussels visit of Egypt’s first democratically elected president Mohammed Morsi is a striking reminder of the changes that have swept the Arab world in the last 18 months. Europe should not miss a historic opportunity to rebuild relations with the most important country in the region.

     

    Egyptians Making History (Commentary)

    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 (Commentary)

    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.