Egypt: No compromise?

According to The Washington Post Bernardino León, the European Union’s envoy for Egypt, suggested that it was believed that a deal for peaceful end to Egypt crisis was close.

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Egypt: Very little room for compromise?

Read few comments.

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Will elections only take place in Egypt once the military is able to control the outcome?

Read few initial thoughts on what is going on in Egypt by Timo BehrResearch Fellow, Finnish Institute of International Affairs.

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Tarek Osman: Will Egypt manage to move from limbo to stability?

My short email interview on Egypt with Tarek Osman who is the author of the book Egypt on the Brink: From Nasser to Mubarak

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Is Morsy seeking a confrontation?

It was pretty clear that Mohamed Morsy’s decree will meet a strong opposition, wasn’t it? So why is President Morsy doing this? Is he seeking a confrontation, or not and why?

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Muslim Brotherhood’s Morsy wins Egypt’s presidential election

Few comments by  Elijah Zarwan, Senior Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations

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Egypt: Life sentence for Mubarak

For the protesters, the entirety of the regime, not just the two defendants, was criminal.

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What military rulers of Egypt want

Few comments by Elijah Zarwan, Cairo based analyst of International Crisis Group.

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Mubarak’s trial begins in Egypt

The most critical issue?

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Julian Assange: The man who came to dinner, the man who saved Egypt

By Dan Murphy,  Editor/Writer of the CSM Backchannels blog.

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