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Egyptian politics

v  Grading EgyptÕs Roadmap to Democracy,Ķ Foreign Policy, May 2014

v  ŌEgyptÕs constitutional cul-de-sac: Enabling military oversight and a security state in a nominally democratic order,Ķ Chr. Michelsen Institute Insight, March 2014

v  ŌThe Sisi SpringForeign Policy, February 2014

v  ŌAn Anticlimactic Referendum in Egypt,Ķ Carnegie Q and A, December 2013

v  ŌEgyptÕs Draft Constitution Rewards the Military and JudiciaryĶ with Michele Dunne, Carnegie article, December 2013

v  ŌEgyptÕs al-Azhar Steps Forward,Ķ with Ahmed Morsi, Carnegie article, November 2013

v  ŌOne Word Will Define EgyptÕs ConstitutionForeign Policy, November 2013

v  ŌEgyptÕs Daring Constitutional Gang of 50Foreign Policy, September 2013

v  ŌMrs. LincolnÕs Egyptian ConstitutionForeign Policy, 20 August 2013

v  ŌEgyptÕs Wide State Reassembles ItselfForeign Policy, 17 July 2013

v  ŌItÕs Not About Civil WarAl-Sada, 15 July 2013

v  ŌAfter the Egyptian Coup,Ķ Carnegie Q and A, 4 July 2013

v  ŌWill June 30 Be Midnight for MorsiÕs Cinderella Story?Ķ Foreign Policy, 27 June 2013

v  ŌEgyptÕs Judiciary Between a Tea Ceremony and the WWE,Ķ with Mokhtar Awad, Foreign Policy, 14 May 2013

v  ŌThe Battle over EgyptÕs JudiciaryAl-Sada, 8 May 2013

v  ŌEgyptÕs Constitution Swings Into Action,Ķ with Zaid al-Ali, Foreign Policy, 27 March 2013

v  ŌEgyptÕs New MuftiForeign Policy, 12 February 2013

v  ŌGreat SanhuriÕs Ghost!Ķ Foreign Policy, 25 January 2013

v  ŌCan EgyptÕs Democratic Uprising Be Redeemed?Ķ Carnegie article, 25 December 2012

v  ŌIslam in Egypt's New Constitution,: with Clark Lombardi, Foreign Policy, 13 December 2012

v  ŌEgyptÕs State Constitutes ItselfForeign Policy, 19 November 2013

v  ŌEgyptÕs Constitution: Islamists Prepare for a Long Political Battle,Ķ Carnegie article, 24 October 2012

v  ŌStill Fighting the Last War? Egypt's Judges after the RevolutionAl-Sada, 16 October 2012

v  ŌEgyptÕs Constitutional Racers Stagger Toward the Final LapForeign Policy, 1 October 2012

v  ŌEgypt Tries to Reconstitute Itself,Ķ Carnegie article, 6 September 2012

v  ŌEgyptÕs Ambiguous Transition,Ķ Carnegie article 6 September 2012

v  ŌMorsiÕs Ramadan Surprise,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 13 August 2012

v  ŌThe Egyptian Political System in Disarray,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 19 June 2012

v  ŌCairoÕs Judicial CoupForeign Policy, 14 June 2012

v  ŌFasten Your Seatbelts: Judicial Turbulence Ahead,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 6 June 2012

v  ŌA Guide through the Egyptian Maze of Justice,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 6 June 2012

v  ŌEgypt and the Islamic Shari`a: A Guide for the Perplexed,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 15 May 2012.

v  ŌWill Egypt Get a New Interim ConstitutionForeign Policy, 23 May 2012

v  ŌEgyptÕs Transition in Crisis: Falling into the Wrong Turkish Model,Ķ with Marina Ottaway, Carnegie Web Commentary, 30 March 2012

v  ŌEgyptÕs Transition ImbroglioForeign Policy, 16 April 2012

v  ŌMidnight for the SCAFÕs Cinderella StoryForeign Policy 19 March 2012

v  ŌEgyptÕs Judges in a Revolutionary Age,Ķ Carnegie Paper, February 2012

v  ŌThe Evolution within the RevolutionForeign Policy 28 February 2012

v  ŌLandmines in EgyptÕs Constitutional Roadmap,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 7 December 2011

v  ŌPost-Revolutionary Al-Azhar,Ķ Carnegie Paper, October 2011

v  ŌCan the Colossus Be Salvaged? EgyptÕs State-Owned Press in a Post-Revolutionary Environment,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 22 August 2011

v  ŌThe Trial of the Century Foreign Policy, 3 August 2011

v ŌEgyptÕs Revolution Stumbles Forward,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 15 June 2011

v  ŌA Haphazard Constitutional Compromise,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary (with Kristin Stilt), 11 April 2011

v  ŌWhy Nobody Noticed What EgyptÕs Opposition Has WonForeign Policy, 28 March 2011

v  ŌEgyptÕs Revolution Struggles to Take Shape,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 17 March 2011

v  ŌEgypt's Syndicalist FutureForeign Policy. 8 March 2011

v  ŌEgyptÕs Draft Constitutional Amendments Answer Some Questions and Raise Others,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 1 March 2011

v  ŌThe Struggle to Define the Egyptian RevolutionForeign Policy, 17 February 2011

v  ŌAn ObserverÕs Guide to Egyptian Succession,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, 17 November 2010

v  ŌEgypt—DonÕt Give up on Democracy Promotion,Ķ Carnegie Policy Brief, June 2007 (with Michele Dunne and Amr Hamzawy)

v  ŌEgyptÕs Controversial Constitutional Amendments,Ķ Carnegie Web Commentary, March 2007 (with Michele Dunne and Amr Hamzawy)

v  ŌCan EgyptÕs Troubled Elections Produce a More Democratic Future,Ķ with Amr Hamzawy, Carnegie Policy Outlook, December 2005

v  ŌEgyptÕs Judges Step Forward: The Judicial Election Boycott and Egyptian Reform,Ķ with Hesham Nasr,Ķ Carnegie Policy Outlook, May 2005