The tentacles of autocratic regimes: the case of Egypt
The process of repression is outsourced to the citizenry who indirectly secure absolute power for the regime. It is a vicious cycle with the masses being both the victims as well as beneficiaries of repression.
From Mubarak to Sisi: the end of liberal autocracy
Unlike during the Mubarak era, the current regime lacks a reliable civilian ally to populate the legislative branch of the state.
Why almost nobody participated in the Egyptian parliamentary elections
Awaited for more than two years, the first round of parliamentary elections in Egypt has bluntly confirmed the widespread disillusion of many voters about the country's political system.