Monthly Archives: July 2013

Jul 9 2013

Bulgaria’s Protests: Upholding Principles and Breaking the Political Impasse

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By Dr Marietta Stankova, Associate of the Balkan International Affairs Programme at LSE IDEAS.   A casual observer of current events might conclude that Bulgarians are capricious and excitable people who should beware of what they wish for. Last February … Continue reading

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Jul 8 2013

Coup d’etat or liberation? US-Egypt relations after the fall of Mohamed Morsi

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By Dr Katerina Dalacoura, Senior Lecturer in International Relations at LSE.   In response to the political convulsions in Egypt, Barack Obama stated from Dar el Salaam that the United States is committed to the democratic process in that country … Continue reading

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Jul 5 2013

From rebellion to coup: Egypt ahead of a difficult transition

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By Dr Filippo Dionigi, Teaching Fellow at LSE and an expert in Islamist politics.   The past five days have been historical for Egypt. But the next months will prove to be a challenging transition period during which the precarious … Continue reading

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