Author Archives: Magdalena C. Delgado

Apr 27 2012

Egyptian Elections Controversy Reveals Older Ideological Struggle

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By Sarah Jones. The domestic policies of Egypt’s military government have come under great international scrutiny due to its position as the immediate caretakers of the post-Mubarak state. That scrutiny has been fuelled by recent controversial decisions that some activists … Continue reading

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Apr 5 2012

Hamas’ moderation and settler extremism? Changing currents in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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By Tareq Baconi. Two major currents are surfacing within the Israeli-Palestinian arena. Years in the making, they have recently become significantly more visible. The first is the rise of right wing Jewish extremism, sometimes referred to as the ‘Jewish Hizbollah’ … Continue reading

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Feb 27 2012

Seeking safety, restoring dignity: Responding to the precarious plight of refugees in post-Mubarak Egypt

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    By Perveen Ali. Forced migrants and refugees in Egypt are facing a mounting crisis as their protection concerns have been overshadowed by pressing political questions about the future of the Egyptian government.  Numerous reports of human smuggling, such … Continue reading

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