Political, economic, and security trends in Egypt.

From the beginning of the regional unrest in January 2011, the Middle East Program set out to examine the policy implications of ongoing change in Egypt. It has paid close attention to the rapidly evolving events on the ground, from the parliamentary elections of late 2011 to President Mohamed Morsi’s election in June 2012, his ouster in July 2013, and the political challenges Egypt has faced since then. The Middle East Program continues to analyze the Egyptian political transition, providing thoughtful analysis and informed recommendations for U.S. policy as its relationship with Egypt encounters new challenges.

See the Middle East Program's publications and past events on Egypt HERE.