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Egyptian democracy and the Muslim Brotherhood

Author: Esra Bulut; Institute for Security Studies (Paris, France)
Publisher: Paris : European Union Institute for Security Studies, 2011, ©2011.
Series: ISS report, no. 10.
Edition/Format:   Book : International government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The citizens of Egypt are preparing for historic elections. In a period of considerable uncertainty over the actual and potential trajectories of post-Mubarak Egypt, the EUISS has invited three experts to share their insights, analysis and recommendations on Egyptian democracy and the Muslim Brotherhood with EU policymakers. Hailing from Egypt, the EU and US, the authors hold up three different prisms through which  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Esra Bulut; Institute for Security Studies (Paris, France)
ISBN: 9789291981809 929198180X
OCLC Number: 774536388
Notes: Cover title.
"November 2011."
Description: 31 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : Egypt : dealing with unfamiliar voices / Alvaro de Vasconcelos --
The Muslim Brotherhood, post-election scenarios and policy options in Egypt : a European perspective / Kristina Kausch --
Building democracy or confronting the Islamists? : the case of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt / Amr Elshobaki --
Can the Brotherhood be brought into the democratic tent? : an outsider's view / Nathan J. Brown --
Conclusion / Esra Bulut Aymat.
Series Title: ISS report, no. 10.
Responsibility: edited by Esra Bulut Aymat ; introduction by Alvaro de Vasconcelos ; contributors: Nathan J. Brown, Amr Elshobaki, Kristina Kausch.

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The citizens of Egypt are preparing for historic elections. In a period of considerable uncertainty over the actual and potential trajectories of post-Mubarak Egypt, the EUISS has invited three experts to share their insights, analysis and recommendations on Egyptian democracy and the Muslim Brotherhood with EU policymakers. Hailing from Egypt, the EU and US, the authors hold up three different prisms through which we can better understand developments in Egypt and the policy implications for the EU and US. Madrid-based Kristina Kausch provides a succinct guide to the pre-electoral political landscape, electoral scenarios, "cold coup" risks, and EU policy implications. She draws attention to the significant risks posed to EU interests by an electoral and constitutional charade that would undermine Egypt's democratic prospects and invite further turmoil. Cairo-based Amr Elshobaki presents a short overview of the Muslim Brotherhood's historical evolution, and a survey of the current constitutional, institutional and ideological challenges facing Egypt. In light of this analysis of the Brotherhood's journey and his survey of the evolving political framework, he advocates the careful and sustained integration of the Muslim Brotherhood into a democratic polity as a difficult but essential process. Washington DC-based Nathan J. Brown discusses the policy implications of these findings for Europeans and Americans wishing to play a constructive role in Egypt's transition, underlining potentially instructive parallels in Western political experience, and inviting outside policymakers to be frank, patient and consistent.

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