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Egypt

Developing Northern Sinai – A New Diplomatic Paradigm by Brig.-Gen. (ret.) Dr. Shimon Shapira and Shlomi Fogel, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Jerusalem Issue Briefs, Vol. 18, No. 26, October 18, 2018

Unlikely Allies, Israel and Egypt Face Joint Challenge in Gaza by Jacob Nagel and Jonathan Schanzer, Real Clear Defense, September 7, 2018

The Sinai Bedouins: An Enemy of Egypt’s Own Making by Hilal Khashan, Stratfor, April 1, 2018

Lessons From the Israel-Egypt Model by Michael J. Koplow, Israel Policy Forum, Koplow Column, March 29, 2018

The Future of Israel’s Peace Treaty with Egypt by Efraim Inbar, The Jerusalem Post, November 27, 2017

Everything must be done by Jerusalem to preserve the peace treaty with Egypt, but Israel should still prepare itself for worst-case scenarios.

Egypt, America’s Ally in the Larger War by Shoshana Bryen, American Thinker, August 25, 2017

Poll: Egyptians View Israel as Most Hostile State by Ro Yeger, The Jerusalem Post, September 29, 2015

Egyptian Historian Maged Farag in Support of Normalized Relations with Israel: We Must Focus on Our Own Interests, Not on the Palestinian Cause, Middle East Media Research Institute, MEMRI Clip #4932, May 26, 2015

Heroes in Egypt Confront Islamist Ideology by Michael Armanious, Gatestone Institute, March 7, 2015

An Island of Normalization in the Mideast? by Evelyn Gordon, Commentary, February 25, 2015

Egyptian President Sisi Calls for Reform of Islam by Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Jerusalem Issue Brief Vol. 15, No. 5, February 15, 2015

Egypt Under Al-Sisi: An Interview with Raymond Stock by Jerry Gordon, The New English Review, February 2015

Silence in Egypt by Alex Brock, From the Potomac to the Euphrates, Council on Foreign Relations, June 26, 2014

Four big things to know about Egypt in 2014 by Raymond Stock, Fox News, January 24, 2014

Some Clarity on Egypt by Steven A. Cook, Council on Foreign Relations, January 6, 2014

Hero of the Crossing? Anwar Sadat Reconsidered by Steven A. Cook, From the Potomac to the Euphrates, Council on Foreign Relations, October 7, 2013

Egypt’s One Chance for Democracy by Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review, August 17, 2013

“Only capable armed forces can check the violent proclivities of Islamic supremacism.”

Western Media Misunderstands Egypt by Abdallah Schleifer, Al Arabiya, August 19, 2013

The Muslim Brotherhood: Origins, Efficacy, and Reach by Raymond Ibrahim, World Watch Monitor, July 4, 2013

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Syria and Egypt can’t be fixed by David P. Goldman, Asia Times, June 17, 2013

What the United States Can Do for Egypt Right Now by Steven A. Cook, Council on Foreign Relations Blog, May 23, 2013

Recalibrating U.S. policy in Egypt by Thomas Carothers and Nathan J. Brown, Washington Post, May 2, 2013

On Mistaking Mohamed Mursi For His Mask by Raymond Stock, Foreign Policy Research Institute E-Notes, February 2013

Video: Why the Arab Spring Revolution Was Not A Success:  Allen West interviews Cynthia Farahat, Next Generation TV, February 8, 2013

Egypt “On the Verge of Bankruptcy” by David P. Goldman, Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), December 31, 2012

Egypt Democratically Adopts an Anti-Western Dictatorship by Barry Rubin, PJ Media, December 17, 2012

Is Egypt Governable? by David P. Goldman, The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), September 13, 2012

U.S. Security Interests in Egypt by Shoshana Bryen, Gatestone Institute, August 31, 2012

Egypt’s Lesson: Incitement is Not a Secondary Issue, by Evelyn Gordon, The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), June 25, 2012

Understanding the Muslim Brotherhood by Barry Rubin, Foreign Policy Research Center FootNotes, June 2012


Barry Rubin: A History of the Muslim Brotherhood, February 2011

Encouraging Aggression by Making it Cost-Free by Evelyn Gordon, Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, January 30, 2012: “How Egypt’s economic turmoil and Western positions on the peace process combine to increase the risk of another Arab-Israeli war”

The Islamist Spring: What Mubarak Got Right, What Obama Got Wrong by Raymond Stock, Foreign Policy Research Institute, December 9, 2011

Peace treaty in times of revolution by Abdel Monem Said, Al Arabiya News, October 24, 2011

Egypt Is The New Iran by Barry Rubin, The Rubin Report, June 5, 2011

Understanding Post-Mubarak Egypt by Daniel Pipes, National Review Online, April 26, 2011

Egyptians Embrace Revolt Leaders, Religious Parties and Military, As Well; U.S. Wins No Friends, End of Treaty With Israel Sought, Pew Research Center, April 25, 2011

Ahram Online’s idiot’s guide to Egypt’s emergent political landscape by Lina El-Wardani, Ahram Online, April 20, 2011

The Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamic Current, and Prospects for Post-Mubarak Egypt: An Early Assessment by Robert Satloff, Testimony prepared for delivery to the U.S. House of Representatives, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Subcommittee on Terrorism, HUMINT, Analysis and Counterintelligence, April 13, 2011 [pdf]

One cannot but be moved by the courage, enthusiasm and audacity of the people – largely young people – who toppled the Mubarak regime. I believe their commitment and determination will eventually be vindicated in the development of a more hopeful, more open, forward-looking Egypt. In other words, the long-term looks positive. However, for many reasons, the near term looks problematic. The best case will be bumpy, with the uncertain relationship between army and civilian forces moving in zigs-and-zags – indeed, often in bloody zigs-and-zags, as was the case over the past week. Even more likely will be worse-case situations that will be far more difficult, vexing and even dangerous for Egypt, U.S.-Egyptian relations and U.S. regional interests than what we have seen in ten weeks since the start of the revolutionary events in Tahrir Square.

Qaradawi’s Return and Islamic Leadership in Egypt by Aaron Rock, Middle East Media Monitor, Foreign Policy Research Institute E-Notes, March 2011

Egyptian Politics Get Dangerously Messy by Barry Rubin, The Rubin Report, March 17, 2011

Egypt’s Renegotiation Threat by Evelyn Gordon, Commentary, March 3, 2011

Fact Sheet #79: Sheik Yusuf Qaradawi by Dr. Mitchell Bard, Jewish Virtual Library, February 25, 2011

Video: Blood Brothers: Who Is the Muslim Brotherhood? (7’53”), Fuel for Truth, February 24, 2011

“Hitler Put Them in Their Place”: Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood’s Jihad Against Jews, Judaism, and Israel by Dr. Harold Brackman for The Simon Wiesenthal Center, February 2011 [pdf]

Newsweek’s Niall Ferguson: Obama Egypt policy an Epic Fail, MSNBC, February 14, 2011 [video]

Egypt: The Distance Between Enthusiasm and Reality, STRATFOR Global Intelligence, February 14, 2011

The Reality of the Muslim Brotherhood by Tarek Heggy, Faces, February 12, 2011 [Endorsement & excerpts by Barry Rubin]

Egyptians Share Secrets of Uprising by Charles Levinson and Margaret Coker, Wall Street Journal, February 10, 2011 [with video andEgypt Revolution interactive graphics]

New Poll Reveals Egyptian Views on Protests by David Pollock, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, February 5-8, 2011

Muslim Brotherhood text reveals scope of radical creed by Oren Kessler, Jerusalem Post, February 9, 2011

The Story of the Egyptian Revolution by Samuel Tadros, JINSA Global Briefing, the Jewish Institute of National Security Affairs, February 8, 2011

A Firsthand Account of the Protests in Egypt by Joshua R. Goodman, Jewish Policy Center, February 7, 2011

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood: In Their Own Words by Jonathan D. Halevi, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Jerusalem Issue Briefs Vol. 10, No. 27, February 6, 2011

Dangerously underestimating the Muslim Brotherhood by David Horovitz, Jerusalem Post, February 6, 2011

Mohamed Morsy [a Muslim Brotherhood spokesman from Cairo], who in the course of the conversation on Thursday refused to commit his movement to maintenance of the Israel-Egypt peace treaty or to recognition of Israel, and stressed its opposition to Zionism, insisted that the Muslim Brotherhood opposed the use of violence. Without missing a beat, however, he went on to say that what was going on in Palestine was “resistance.” And “resistance,” he said, “is acceptable by all mankind. It is the right of people to resist imperialism.

Dr. Mitchell Bard: Unrest in Egypt: What does it mean for the US and Israel?

Egypt: Western Blindness on the Muslim Brotherhood’s Extremism is Beyond Ridiculous by Barry Rubin, The Rubin Report, February 5, 2011

Muslim Brotherhood Fact Sheet, StandWithUs, February 4, 2011

Egypt’s Identity Crisis by Raymond Ibrahim, Pajamas Media, February 14, 2011