This report from DfID summarizes the literature’s findings on patterns of conflict, exclusion and livelihoods in the Sinai region.
In this report from the Congressional Research Service, Jeremy Sharp explains the complex U.S.-Egypt relationship of the past and the key issues ahead for Congress.
In this paper from the International Peace Institute, Nur Laiq offers insights on how to deal with the transitions taking place across the Arab world.
In this paper from the Legatum Institute, Magda Kandil emphasizes the need for Egypt to is restore rapid growth but to manage it fairly as well as efficiently. However, this is easier said than done as Egypt must change its economic culture awash in corruption and incompetence in fundamental ways.
The government of Egypt recently stated that external financial assistance is necessary in the present economic situation and has expressed a strong preference for receiving it in part via debt relief. Williamson and Khan explore whether there is a case for debt relief and if so what form this relief should take.
This book presents case studies of effective, innovative reform programs designed and implemented by business associations, think tanks, and other independent organizations in partnership with the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE).
USIP’s Raymond Gilpin, co-author of “Defusing Egypt’s Demographic Time Bomb,” discusses how proper management of Egypt’s economy can help ensure a stable future.
USIP’s Raymond Gilpin discusses how proper management of Egypt’s economy can help ensure a stable future.