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Issandr El Amrani

Issandr El Amrani used to work for ECFR as Visiting Fellow.

By Issandr El Amrani

  • Egypt: out of control?

    Issandr El Amrani - 04 February 2013

    Egypt appears to be spinning out of control. The current crisis is a prolongation of the crisis that emerged late last year over a decree by President Morsi suspending some judicial decisions and giving himself additional powers, followed by the rush to approve a new constitution.


    Navigating Egypt's political crisis

    Issandr El Amrani - 11 December 2012

    Understanding the contours of Egypt's most acute political crisis since President Hosni Mubarak was deposed two years ago.


    What Europe should tell Mohammed Morsi

    Issandr El AmraniElijah 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.


    Morsi goes to Tehran, and Egypt gets its mojo back

    Issandr El Amrani - 10 September 2012

    Cairo and Tehran are talking to each other: Iran because it is increasingly isolated, Egypt because it is attempting to reclaim the mantle of regional leadership. Is this an example of Egypt's new foreign policy under Mr Morsi?