Egyptian bloggers, writing and reporting on the January 25 uprising, suddenly went offline after 2015. Why and where are they now?
Cairo Review No. 28
Middle East Energy Futures
Happenings, speakers, and events at the American University in Cairo in Winter 2018.
The rise of populist governments worldwide is not the byproduct of winning or losing political systems, but rather of a failing world order.
Q & A
Amre Moussa is one of Egypt’s most widely respected diplomats and politicians. He speaks to Cairo Review Associate Editor Asmaa Abdallah about the way out of the Arab World’s crises, and the need for a political system in Egypt that reflects the “spirit of the twenty-first century.”
With Iran’s deepening engagement in Syria following the expulsion of the Islamic State (IS), the old Iranian-Israeli feud is reigniting.
If African countries are to achieve their Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, major changes are needed in the fields of funding, allocation of resources, and developing the necessary institutions.
Is the United States wisely taking advantage of its recent energy boom?