Monthly Archives: August 2013

August 20, 2013 — Not “Algeria” Yet, But Post-Coup Egypt Faces Security Challenges

I hate to sound the alarm, because there’s already enough hysteria, but I think we’re entering an extremely dangerous and extraordinarily difficult time for Egypt, one which not only imperils the uncertain path towards democratization, but also the future of the Egyptian state as well. If effective government authority continues to erode throughout Egypt, the […]

August 19, 2013 – Egypt Peers Into The Abyss

In the 61 years of Egypt’s republic, through four conventional wars with Israel, decades of military dictatorship and emergency law, waves of political repression and economic stagnation, there had never been a day like Wednesday, August 14th,  2013 – a date that shall remain forever etched in Egypt’s collective psyche. At dawn, Egyptian security forces […]

August 12, 2013, The Marc Steiner Show — Middle East Roundtable Marc Steiner Show — Middle East Roundtable Middle East Roundtable: Egypt and Israel/Palestine Peace Talks August 12, 2013 – Segment 3 We close out the show with a roundtable on the Middle East to discuss the situation in Egypt and Israel/Palestine peace talks. Our guests are: veteran journalist Sunni Khalid; Dr. Julie Fisher, expert in democracy and […]