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Egypt: The Moment of Change

Egypt: The Moment of Change
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Author/Editor: Rabab El-Mahdi & Philip Marfleet
New Pb 186 pp.
Subject: Politics,Middle East
Condition: Good
Published: 2012

Egypt: The Moment of Change

by Rabab El-Mahdi & Philip Marfleet

‘A focused snapshot of this troubled moment in Egypt’s history with a competent resume of how we got here. Its passion, its clarity of thought and its vision should be an important contribution to the change we Egyptians know we have to make happen.’

    --Abdaf Soueif

‘Egypt is often referred to in the Western media as “a moderate Arab state” solely on the grounds of its friendly relations with the United States and Israel. But there is nothing moderate about its poverty, corruption and political repression, as this book so ably demonstrates. This book is a valuable contribution to understanding the uncertain predicament of this important country.’

    --Talal Asad, City University of New York

‘One of the most up-to-date, critical but academic and well-balanced works on today’s Egypt. For anyone and everyone interested in Egyptian or Middle Eastern politics and society, this is the book to read.’

    --Tareq Ismael, University of Calgary

Egypt is at the axis of the Arab world. It has the largest population, the biggest industrial economy and the longest tradition of modern political activity, and so exercises profound influence across the region. But there have been few attempts to understand contemporary Egyptian society, in particular the growing internal pressure for change and its implications for the Middle East and the wider world.

This book addresses the turmoil created by neoliberal economic policies, the increasingly fragile nature of the authoritarian regime, the influence of movements for democratic opening and popular participation, and the impact of Islamism. The contributors argue that Egypt has entered a period of instability, during which the ‘low-intensity democracy’ of the Mubarak regime faces many challenges. This timely book assesses the capacity of the state to resist the forces of change, and the new social movements’ ability to realise their aims.

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