Monthly Archives: March 2011

What Does a “NO” Vote Mean?

Next Saturday, we will have the first “free” vote in Egypt in decades…. The referendum on the constitutional amendments. Nobody knows what the final outcome will be, although the odds of a NO vote are increasing. What does this mean? Three things. Continue reading

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Egypt’s New Political Fault Line

The events of the past three weeks since Mubarak’s departure may give us a glimpse of the emerging political landscape in Egypt, and it’s very different from the traditional views. Continue reading

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It’s All About Jobs

As the political debate goes on, the other priority that will matters most over the next six months is the economy, specifically, jobs. Continue reading

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