Posts Tagged ‘Egypt’

Summer of 2013: A Focus on Egypt and Turkey

Posted on September 12th, 2013 by Abbasi Staff

October 21, 6:30 pm-8:00 pm, Encina Hall, Bechtel Conference Center (616 Serra Street, map) Please join us for a panel discussion on the popular protests and recent political developments in the Middle East Summer of 2013: A Focus on Egypt and Turkey Amr Adly (CDDRL Program on Arab Reform and Democracy, Stanford), “Egypt after June 30th: Between Abortive and […]

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Political Unrest and the Military in Egypt

Posted on July 25th, 2013 by Abbasi Staff

Stanford Daily interviews Joel Beinin (Department of History) about the recent political unrest in Egypt.

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Who Are Egypt’s Protesters?

Posted on August 20th, 2011 by Abbasi Staff

Abbasi Program associate faculty Lisa Blaydes (Political Science) and her colleague Drew Linzer have contributed a piece to the Huffington Post documenting the political protests in Cairo. Examining public opinion data collected in Egypt in 2008 by the World Values Survey, they speak to the deeper social categories (especially gender and class) to which the […]

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Stanford News: What Should America do in Egypt?

Posted on July 29th, 2011 by Abbasi Staff

The word “democracy” needs a clearer definition to deal with the events in Egypt, says Middle East historian Joel Beinin. And democracy must protect the rights of religious minorities and women, adds political scientist Lisa Blaydes. [read more]

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