Gennaro Gervasio teaches History and Politics of the Middle East and North Africa at Roma Tre University in Italy.
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: InterviewIran’s decade of protests: an interview with Firoozeh Farvardin and Nader Talebi
Iranian academics Farvardin and Talebi discuss the grievances behind the protests, and their future trajectories
Egypt and the Arab uprisings
Three years on, the global significance of the Arab uprisings lies in the reminder of how brittle the seemingly...
Published in: HomeThe Army’s coup in Egypt: for the people or against the people?
The Muslim Brotherhood’s atrocious record in government has obscured the nature of the army’s coup, directed against...
Published in: HomeThe revolution continues: Morsi’s miscalculations and the Ikhwan’s impasse
After President Morsi’s Constitutional Declaration providing him with unprecedented sweeping powers, the Muslim...
Egypt’s presidential run-off: legal limbo and the transition to nowhere
The best way for the military to retain its privileges would be to step back from its high-visibility role. The more...
The politics of Egypt’s elections
The military may wish to maintain its economic and political stranglehold, the Brotherhood may feel its time has...