The Egyptian dictatorship froze the assets of several NGOs and activists this week
Egypt articles on Democracy Chronicles
Egypt is not an electoral democracy. After the fall of dictatorship, establishing a functioning democracy has not succeeded and the rise of a new era of dictatorship are evident. Also check out our section on World Democracy or our articles on the Middle East and the Arab Spring.
Epidemic of Egyptian police brutality is paralyzing the country with fear as rights recede
A reporter witnessed all the hope and despair brought by the 2010 Arab Spring revolutions
After Egypt dictator Sisi offered to sell himself for nation, residents take chance to poke fun
Egyptian Bassem Youssef will star in a satirical program to lampoon American political discourse
Ethnic violence has led to a re-entrenchment of dictatorship following the Arab Spring’s collapse
Egyptian journalist Hossam Bahgat is widely admired for his investigative reporting on the military
Presenting an interview with entrepreneur Mahmoud Mansi, a longtime Democracy Chronicles writer and the Founder of HR Revolution Middle-East Magazine based in Alexandria, Egypt.
After reviewing your submissions, the Forgotten Writers Foundation from Alexandria, Egypt and Democracy Chronicles from New York would like to thank you all for working together on this international project and are proud to announce the winners
How local Egyptian jokes about the election’s low turnout help real democracy survive dark times