Karim Malak is a Research Assistant at the Political Science Department at the American University in Cairo (AUC). He is the former Political Assistant at The Carter Center (TCC) Democracy Program, Cairo.
Egypt: fighting the status quo
The simple binary “Morsi vs. the ancien regime”, prevents us from developing a third way out.
The Egyptian revolution: take two?
What happened on January 25, 2011 was not a revolution. What happened last week was reminiscent of January 25, but...
American election, Egyptian perspectives
Where the world sees two radically opposed candidates, the Egyptian street sees two sides of the same coin.
The IMF loan to Egypt, and why we reject it
The proposed $4.8bn IMF loan to Egypt sparked a heated controversy. While the Government claims the funds are...