Alex writes about domestic politics and democracy issues in the Middle East and North Africa, having lived through the Egyptian revolution in 2011, he strongly believes in the need for democracy and development. He currently works in government relations in Washington DC.
Egyptian Constitution Threatens Progress, But Can't Stop It
Egyptian Revolution: Is Egypt Now Headed For Civil War?
Hillary Clinton Benghazi Testimony: 5 Questions For the Outgoing Secretary of State
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What to Expect From the Middle East in 2013
South Korea New President: Park Geun-hye Has Complicated Legacy
Egypt Constitution 2012: Democracy is Shaky After Morsi Power Grab and Silence From the US
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Sam Bacile Film Sparks Egypt, Libya Protests: New Arab Democracies React to Free Speech With Frightening Violence
Muslim Brotherhood and President Morsi Put Egypt On the Brink
Revolution Betrayed: How the U.S. Is Backing the Military Over Democracy In Egypt.