Sustaining the state versus permanent revolution
With ministries and public institutions stormed, it is unclear if the generation of the revolution wants to transform or destroy the state
Egypt’s economy: A clean break with the past
Many in this country are willing to pay the price of freedom, but they should no longer pay the price of mismanagement and lack of ingenuity
When security is terror
The hatred and mistrust of Egypt's State Security apparatus needs to be addressed and rectified if scenes as those witnessed at the weekend are not to be repeated
Who works for whom?
The military should not feel distress in yielding to the will of the people
Social justice after Egypt’s revolution
Without addressing poverty, the great uprising of the Egyptian people will run out of steam
Egypt and the fifth general
While the door has been opened to a brighter future for Egypt, all depends on how the delicate work of removing the army from political life proceeds
January 25 Revolution: Religion is for God, Egypt for Egyptians
Now that the revolution has exposed the myth that the region will fall into the hands of Islamists if its dictators fall, Egyptians must guard against the tricks of the old regime as they move towards a civil state
Egypt: A permanent revolution?
The 25 January revolution has changed political life for good but will only be successful if it can link the tremendous struggle over rights and representation with economic growth that provides jobs
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