Transición democrática en Egipto

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1. Análisis

 

- Egypt’s cobra and mongoose. Robert Springborg. Foreign Policy. (27.02.2012)

- When victory becomes an option: Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood confronts success. Nathan J. Brown. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (01.2012)

- Results of Egypt’s People Assembly Election. Carnegie Endwment for International Peace (27.01.2012)

- January 25 and the republic of Tahrir Square. Larbi Sadiqi. Al-Jazeera (25.01.2012)

- Islam político sin petróleo. Thomas L. Friedman. El País. (15.01.2012)

- El-Baradei unveils own crisi plan for Egypt’s economy. Al Masry AlYoum. (08.01.2012)

- Why Islamism is winning? John M. Owen. New York Times (06.01.2012)

- Egypt’s fragile transition to democracy. International Institute for Strategic Studies (12.2011)

- Salafis and Sufis in Egypt. Jonathan Brown. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (12.2011)

- What can prevent state failure?. Al Masry Al Youn (20.12.2011)

- Egypts’ Military Masters. The New York Times(20.11.2011)

- Egypt’s Transition can’t wait. Marc Lynch. Foreign Policy (19.11.2011)

- The Frankenstein of Tahrir Square. Steven A. Cook. Foreign Policy (19.11.2011)

- Egipto: ¿democracia de usar y tirar? Miguel Ángel Bastenier. El País (29.11.2011)

- The chance for change the Arab World: Egypt’s uprising. H.A. Hellyer. Chatham House (11.2011)

- A voter’s Lament. Mohamed El Dashani. Foreign Policy (29.11.2011)

- Egypt’s tense waiting game: what’s at stake at the elections. Abigail Haulslohner. Time (27.11.2011)

- Egyptian elections begin with a long way to go. Marc Lynch. Foreign Policy (27.11.2011)

- Egypt’s tipping-point politics. Larbi Sadiki. Al-Jazeera (24.11.2011)

- Miscalculations of the Egyptian’s Military. Steve. A. Cook. Council on Foreign Relations (22.11.2011)

- Egyptian democracy and the Muslim Brotherhood. Institure for security Studies (11.2011)

- Map of Egyptian Political Parties. The Arabist (11.2011)

- Challenges of Egypt’s economic transition. Ibrahim Saif. Carnegie Endowment For International Peace (11.2011)

- Mubarak’s regime: Redux. Maria Ottaway. Carnegie Endowment For International Peace (03.11.2011)

- Egypt’s Democracy: Between the Military, Islamist and Illiberal Democrats. Marina Ottaway. Carnegie Endowment For International Peace (03.11.2011)

- The Effects of Egypt’s Elections Law. Mazen Hassan. Foreing Policy (01.11.2011)

- What the generals did to Egypt. Steven A. Cook. Foreing Policy (21.10.2011)

- The Emerging Political Spectrum in Egypt. Marina Ottaway. Carnegie Endowment (10.10.2012)

- Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and ruling military: Deal or not deal? Sherif Tarek. Ahram Online (28.09.2011)

- No need for the Caliphate. Abdel-Moneim Said. Al-Ahram (22-28.09.2011)

- Egypt’s revolution: what went wrong? Ahmed El-Tonsi. Al-Ahram (22-28.09.2011)

- Down with Mubarak, Long Live Mubarakism? Ty Mccormick. Foreign Policy. (27.09.2011)

- The paradox of the Egyptian Revolution. Abdel Monem Said Aly. Crown Center for Middle East Studies. (21.09.2011)

- Egypte. Une transition pas très démocratique. Nina Hubinet. TelQuel. (19.09.2011)

- Egypt elections ‘proposed for November 21’. Al Jazeera (18.09.2011)

- Will Egypt’s Activists Boycott the Election?. Marc Lynch. Foreign Policy (06.09.2011)

- New law on Egypt’s electoral constituencies favors Islamists. Ahmed Zaki Osman. Almasyral youm (04.09.2011)

- An Islamist Turn? Tamim Elyan, The European (24.08.2011)

- Egypt on Trial. Kate Nevens. Chatam House (17.08.2011)

- Egypt's Moussa campaigns for president, vows change. Edmund Blair and Marwa Awad. Daily News Egypt (09.08.2011)

- The Trial of the Century. Nathan J. Brown. Foreign Policy (03.08.2011)

- Egypt’s youths risk being sidelined. Mohamed al-Dahshan. The Daily Star (03.08.2011)

- Cambios políticos en Egipto: la viabilidad del modelo turco en el país de los faraones (ARI). Sara Núñez de Prado. Real Instituto Elcano (07.07.2011)

- Egypt from Tahrir to Transition: Egyptians on their Assets and Challenges and What Leaders should do about it. June 2011. Abu Dhabi Gallup Center (Junio 2011)

- Amr Moussa - Egypt’s Rising Power Player. Dan Ephron. Newsweek (11.07.2011)

- Asharq Al-Awsat talks to Egyptian presidential candidate Ayman Nour. Abdulsattar Hatitah. Asharq Al-Awsat (10.07.2011)

- Has the Egyptian Revolution Made a Mistake? Alaa Al Aswany. World Affairs Institute (07.07.2011)

- Egypt seeks consensus. Dina Ezzat. Al-Ahram Weekly (29.06.2011)

- The new Islamist scene in Egypt. Khalil El-Anani. Al Ahram Weekly (29.06.2011)

- A setup in Tahrir Square. Abdul Rahman Al Rashed. Al Arabiya in English (28.06.2011)

- The Egyptian army's mask has slipped. Austin Mackell. The Guardian (22.06.2011)

- Egypt: Elections or Constitution First? Michele Dunne. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (21.06.2011)

- Transition to What: Egypt’s Uncertain Departure from neo-authoritarianism. Daniela Pioppi, Maria Cristina Paciello, Issandr El Amrani, Philippe Droz-Vincent. The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) and IAI (05.2011)

- Egypt: Changes and Challenges of Political Transition. Maria Cristina Paciello. The Centre for European Policy Studies (20.05.2011)

- Egypt: A Neo-Authoritarian State Steering the Winds of Change. Daniela Pioppi, Maria Cristina Paciello, Issandr El Amrani, and Philippe Droz-Vincent. Mediterranean Paper Series 2011 (05.2011)

- Egypt’s Revolution Stumbles Forward. Nathan J. Brown. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (15.06.2011)

- The dangers of a parliamentary system. Amr el-Shobaki. Al-Masry Al-Youm (12.06.2011)

- Egypt: A Neo-Authoritarian State Steering the Winds of Change. Daniela Pioppi, Maria Cristina Paciello, Issandr El Amrani, and Philippe Droz-Vincent. Mediterranean Paper Series 2011 (05.2011)

- The economic situation in Egypt. Abdel Moneim Said. Ahram online (07.05.2011)

- The Arab Spring is driving the Hamas-Fatah unity deal. Robert Malley. The Washington Post (04.05.2011)

- Les Frères musulmans ont leur parti... sans jeune, ni femme. Rue89 (01.05.2011)

- Egypt’s Enduring Challenges. Shaping the Post-Mubarak Environment. David Schenker. The Washington Institute for Near East Policy (04.2011)

- A Civil Society Transition. Jeremy Hobbs. Arab Reform Initiative (28.04.2011)

- Revolution in Search of a Vision. Amira Howeidi. Arab Reform Initiative (23.04.2011)

- Washington Watch: The next chapter in Egypt’s book. The Jerusalem Post (30.03.2011)

- Popular Protest in North Africa and the Middle East (I): Egypt Victorious? International Crisis Group (24.03.2011)

- Some Comments on the ‘Egyptian Revolution’ of 2011. Andreu Claret. Real Instituto Elcano (21.03.2011)

- L’armée tient les clés de la révolution égyptienne. Libération (16.03.2011)

- Salvando la revolución egipcia. Shlomo Ben Ami. El País (09.03.2011)

- L’armée tient les clés de la révolution égyptienne. Libération (16.03.2011)

- The Middle East in the aftermath of the Revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia. Bassma Kodmani. US/Middle East Project (02.2011)

- Is There an Islamist Alternative in Egypt? Daniela Pioppi. Istitutto Affari Internazionali (02.2011)

- Popular Protest in North Africa and the Middle East (I): Egypt Victorious?. International Crisis Group (24.02.2011)

- Pas islamiste, tout juste islamique. Courrier International (24.02.2011)

- Policy Brief: the Dynamics of Egypt’s Protest_an Inside View. Arab Reform Initiative (23.02.2011)

- Surprise, Egypt's revolt has changed the Middle East. The Daily Star (23.02.2011)

- Luces y sombras en Egipto tras la salida de Mubarak. Bárbara Azaola Piazza. Real Instituto Elcano (22.02.2011)

- La revolución de los estereotipos en Túnez y Egipto. Haizam Amirah Fernández. Real Instituto Elcano (17.02.2011)

- A Transition to Democracy Must Include Egyptians. Amr Hazaway. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (16.02.2011)

- This is not an Islamic revolution. Olivier Roy. New Statement (15.02.2011)

- The Presidents Left, the Regimes are Still Here. Marina Ottaway. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (14.02.2011)

- What makes a revolution succeed? Al Jazeera (14.02.2011)

- Desislamización. El País (13.02.2011)

- Le peuple a fait tomber Moubarak. Courrier International (12.02.2011)

- Egypte. La fin d’un raïs. Telquel (12.02.2011)

- The false anxiety of influence. Al Jazeera (12.02.2011)

- New Poll Reveals Egyptian Views on Protests. The Washington Institute for Near East Policy (09.02.2011)

- Le peuple des jeunes. Le quotidien d’Oran (…)

- Las Fuerzas Armadas y de Seguridad y las revueltas en Túnez y Egipto. Carlos Echevarría Jesús. Real Instituto Elcano (08.02.2011)

- Is There an Islamist Alternative in Egypt? Daniela Pioppi. Istituto Affari Internazionali (02.2011)

- Una expresión ciudadana. Gema Martín Muñoz. El País (04.02.2011)

- La batalla por la Liberación. El País (04.02.2011)

- Mubàrak juga brut a Egipte. Carme Colomina des de Egipte. Ara (03.02.2011)

- Esas "dictaduras amigas". Ignacio Ramonet. Rebelión (03.02.2011)

- Some Fear a Street Movement’s Leaderless Status May Become a Liability. The New York Times (03.02.2011)

- Adiós, Mubarak, adiós. Jesús A. Núñez Valverde. El País (03.02.2011)

- Caos bajo los cielos: qué magnífica situación. Slavoj Zizek. El País (03.02.2011)

- Egipto, mañana. Walter Laqueur. La Vanguardia (03.02.2011)

- The Story of the Egyptian Revolution. American Thinker (02.02.2011)

- L’Égytpe debout. Libération (02.02.2011)

- Mubàrak ja té data de caducitat. Carme Colomina. Ara (02.02.2011)

- History lessons for Egypt protesters. BBC News (02.02.2011)

- De Túnez a Egipto. El País (02.02.2011)

- Mubarak concessions 'insufficient'. Al Jazeera (02.01.2011)

- Egypt: At a Crucial Moment, Road Map Toward Democracy. Amr Hamzawy. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (01.02.2011)

- Egipto: Lecciones de historia persa. El País (01.02.2011)

- Egyptian security under pressure. BBC News (01.02.2011)

- Pragmatiques, "les Frères musulmans préfèrent ne pas être aux avant-postes". Le Monde (01.02.2011)

- Mubarak's 9 biggest mistakes. Blake Hounshell. Foreign Policy (01.02.2011)

- Prudence tactique des islamistes?. Le Soir d’Algérie (01.02.2011)

- Egipto. El día de la ira. Athina Kemou. Taller de Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (31.01.2011)

- Egypt: 3 ways it ends. Bikyamasr (31.01.2011)

- “Peut-être les prémices d’un printemps arabe". Der Spiegel (publié par Courrier International) (31.01.2011)

- Egypt: ‘protracted, unprecedented democratic change’ possible, but won’t be quick or easy. Democracy Digest (31.01.2011)

- La rivolta che cambia la storia araba. La Repubblica. (29.01.2011)

- A Sign of Maturity. Rime Allaf. The New York Times (28.01.2011)

-"Il est temps que Moubarak dégage". Al-Dustour (journal de l’opposition égyptienne, publié par Courrier International) (26.01.2011)

- ElBaradei's last stand. Al Jazeera (27.01.2011)

- Egypt's democratic rising: five recommendations. Álvaro de Vasconcelos. Institue for Security Studies (ISS) (01.2011):

- Jour de vérité en Egypte. Le Quotidien d’Oran (...)

 

2. Discursos y documentos oficiales

 

- 3rd and 4th Communiqués of Egypt Army [full text]. Daniel Berhane’s blog (13.02.2011)

- Declaraciones de la Ministra de Asuntos Exteriores y de Cooperación sobre la dimisión de Hosni Mubarak. Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores y de Cooperación (11.02.2011)

- La cadena estadounidense ABC entrevista al Presidente Mubarak y al Vicepresidente Suleiman. ABC News (03.02.2011)

  • Mubarak: “Si me voy ahora se desencadenará el caos en Egipto
  • Suleiman: “Pediremos a los ciudadanos egipcios que están en la Plaza de la Liberación que se vayan, no daremos la orden al Ejército para que dispare contra ellos.”

- Three questions: Good cop, bad cop. Marwan Bishara. Al Jazeera (03.02.2011):

- Full text of Mubarak's speech. Al Jazeera (02.02.2011)

- Discurso de Hosni Mubarak tras la marcha del millón de hombres en El Cairo. El País (02.02.2011)

 

3. Cronologías

 

- Procesos políticos en marcha. Casa Árabe

- Timeline: US indecision on Egypt. Al Jazeera (11.02.2011):

- Egypt: Timeline of unrest. BBC News (02.02.2011)

- Timeline: Egypt unrest. AL Jazeera (28.01.2011)

   

4. Biografías

 

- Biografías de Líderes Políticos CIDOB

- ¿Quién es quién de la cúpula militar egipcia al mando? El País (14.02.2011)

- Omar Suleimán, el 'sumo sacerdote'. Ángeles Espinosa. El País (01.02.2011)

- Questions and Answers. BBC News (01.02.2011)

- Profile of Omar Suleiman. Carnegie for Endowment for International Peace (…)

 

5. Mapas

 

- De la Mauritanie à l’Iran, les régimes autoritaires qui peuvent basculer. Libération

- Egypt set for 'day of departure': Tahrir Square clashes map. BBC News (03.02.2011)

- Egypt unrest: Interactive map. BBC News (02.02.2011)

- Mapping the Protests in Cairo, Day by Day. The New York Times (01.02.2011)

- Mapping Egypt's 'day of wrath'. Al Jazeera (28.01.2011)

 

6. La revuelta en imágenes

 

- Egipto, tras la caída de Mubarak. El País (12.02.2011):

- In pictures: Egypt protests. BBC News (01.02.2011)

- Fotogalería: Las revueltas en el Nilo. El País (29.01.2011)

- Slideshow: Day of violence in Cairo. Financial Times (27.01.2011)

 

7. Egipto: la revuelta en la red

 

- Modems, fax… On bricole en Egypte contre la censure du Web. Rue 89 (01.02.2011):

 

7.1. Medios de comunicación

 

- Revueltas en el Mundo Árabe en directo. El País

- Especial Revueltas en el Mundo Árabe. El País

- Al Jazeera English: Live Stream

- Egypt unrest: Live. BBC News

- Égypte, l’éruption. Libération

- Egypt protests - live updates. The Guardian

- From Tunisia to Egypt: Protests in the Arab World. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (31.01.2011):

(Carnegie experts examine the protests happening in the Arab World)

 

7.2. Redes sociales

 

Twitter

- Egypt's protests on Twitter. Al Jazeera

- Egypt coverage on Twitter. All tweets. The Guardian:

- Mona Eltahawy is an Egyptian-born columnist and public speaker on Arab and Muslim issues based in New York

- Dan Nolan, reportero de Al Jazeera, cuenta en Twitter su arresto en la Plaza Tahrir a manos de las autoridades egipcias

- Adam Makary, periodista de Al Jazeera, cuenta en Twitter cómo impedían a los extranjeros y a los periodistas entrar en la plaza Tahrir

- Resultados en tiempo real para Mubarak

- http://twitter.com/missresearcher/egypt

 

Facebook

- “We are all Khaled Said”

- Women in Egypt

 

7.3. Blogs

 

- Mosaics: Blog on current and Middle East affairs

- The Middle East channel. Foreign Policy

- Egypt: Clashes in Tahir Square in the Words of Bloggers

- http://www.arabawy.org/

- Live blog Feb 3 - Egypt protests. Al Jazeera

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