TOPIC June 30 anniversary
features
The pro-democracy movement and June 30: Then and now
On revisions, patience, opportunity and despair in political action
Al-Azhar post-June 30: An ongoing dispute interrupted by a brief alliance
Mai Shams El-Din | Four years after June 30, 2013 tensions between Al-Azhar and the executive authority rise to the surface
Questions about June 30: Who were we and what were we thinking? Part 2
Writers and researchers gathered at Mada to share their thoughts about their positions on June 30.
Questions about June 30: Who were we and what were we thinking? Part 1
A group of writers and researchers gathered at Mada to share their thoughts about their positions on
June 30, 3 years on: Independent labor movements suffer more losses than gains
Jano Charbel | Independent trade unions leaders lament their lost agency and worry over forthcoming legislation and
June 30, 3 years on: Protesting intellectuals revisit their position
Hadeer El-Mahdawy | Participants in the Culture Ministry sit-in talk discuss shifts in their allegiances since supporting
June 30, 3 years on: A changing regional map
Omar Said | June 30, 2013 was a turning point in regional alliances across the Middle East. Omar Said charts the
June 30, 3 years on: State efforts to depoliticize universities falter
Mai Shams El-Din and Pesha Magid | June 30, 3 years on: A series of infographs that detail how the state's efforts to depoliticize universities
June 30, 3 years on: Copts and the state
Mai Shams El-Din | Resurfacing attacks on Coptic Christians highlight unresolved grievances and a sectarianism that is perhaps
 
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Opinion
Lina Attalah
From boredom to labor and labor to boredom
We are 4 years old and still fighting boredom through the act of watching and producing
Alain Gresh
June 30, 3 years on: How Europe has re-oriented itself on Egypt
Alain Gresh writes on where the European Union now stands on Egypt, 3 years after June30, 2013.
Josh Stacher
June 30, 3 years on: Who drives US-Egypt diplomacy?
How has US policy toward Egypt changed in recent years?
 
News
Car bomb kills three, injures four near 6th of October City police station
Muslim Brotherhood holds government responsible for prosecutor general’s assassination
Sisi demands swift, harsh laws following assassination of prosecutor general
Sadat metro station closed for security reasons
In speech marking June 30 protests, Sisi vows to press forward with roadmap
2 police officers killed in explosions near Presidential Palace
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