Maged Mandour


Sisi’s Coronation and the Egyptian Opposition


In an attempt to centralize power, the regime is in the process of creating one unified enemy, an alliance between the disgruntled security and civilian elites as well as the opposition.

Whose revolution?


The Egyptian mass protests can only be classified as a reform movement that had hoped to create a liberal order. A modest goal that has degenerated into a full-spectrum military autocracy. The reforms envisioned were very narrow in nature and did not constitute what could be considered drastic political change.