From the Editors
On the cusp of winning a parliamentary majority, the Muslim Brotherhood's survival as Egypt's leading political force will hinge on how they address the legacy of Mubarak's three decades in power. This should be a time for the Muslim Brotherhood to savour their election victory. The final results of the parliamentary elections that ended yesterday will determine whether or not its political arm, the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), secures a majority, i.e., half the ...Keep Reading »
Amirah Howeidy writes for Ahram Online.
"The current AKP government has been referencing Europe and its associated symbolisms to justify its various pro-capital, pro-security, and paternalistic policies. Is it viable, then, to draw from the same sources to scrutinize the legitimacy of those policies and to suggest alternatives?"click | email | tweet