Egypt: On crisis management
The crux of our predicament is not the successive crises that have buffeted the state, but the way they are handled.
Egypt's 1977 demonstrations: A lesson and a warning (Opinion)
The government has adopted economic reform measures that may create unbearable price rises, similar to the kind that pushed people onto the streets in 1977.
A tale of two rates: how an Egyptian central bank instrument has backfired
The newly-introduced certificate of deposit, which was originally established to attract foreign currency into the official banking system, has backfired.
Egypt’s foreign exchange market and the need for a different economic policy
As long as the fundamental economic problem is not addressed, the consequences will continue to be felt, regardless of CBE interventions.
Mapping political forces in Egypt's new parliament
From the outside, away from reading the numbers and the details, the results of the parliamentary elections that were conducted lately seem very positive.
'We promise you to reconsider': NGO-donor relations in Egypt
The fate of the children and of the employees – who consider the organisation a second home – was to be determined in that meeting.
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