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The legacy of the Algerian civil war: Forced disappearances and the cost of amnesty
Sofian Philip Naceur | How does the history of forced disappearances left unresolved by amnesty shape contemporary politics?
Does a change introduced by the recent Cabinet reshuffle signal the end of transitional justice?
Rana Mamdouh | The renaming of the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Ministry marks a curtailing of its responsibilities
Talk about peace
Mai Shams El-Din | The political future of Islamist groups in Egypt is still up in the air, as rumors of closed-door meetings
Waiting for God’s victory
Mohamad Salama Adam | “It is a Salafi dawah, a Sunni tariqa, a Sufi reality, a political establishment, a sports group, a
Persisting Brothers
Nadine Marroushi | In this Q&A , Amr Darrag, secretary of foreign relations with the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom
Quest for legitimacy
Amr Darrag is a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood who most recently served as minister of planning
 
Opinion
Alfred Raouf
Egypt’s future: Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Joker
The scene in Egypt is nothing less than a complicated mess: there are several forces, shifting alliances,
Michael Meyer-Resende
Groundhog Day in Cairo
It feels like Groundhog Day in Cairo. Again, as in early 2011, masses of people demonstrated against
Sarah Carr
On sheep and infidels
Before I begin, let me state some facts, so that when people begin the ad hominem attacks they can try
 
News
Moussa: There will be no return to the old regime
State, MB both ignore conciliation proposal
Fact-finding committee exhorts Islamists to give their testimonies
Activist groups reject MB call to unite
Anti-coup alliance denies giving up on the return of Morsi
Reconciliation initiative with Brothers remains murky
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