Articles tagged with: Chatham House

Zaynab Khojji
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on : Monday, 24 Sep, 2012

Educating Egypt

The need to overhaul the education system in Egypt has long been recognised by Egyptian academics, political and economic analysts, and teachers. The obstacles that the education system has to deal with are formidable, including poor-quality teaching, the fact that students are encouraged not to think critically, and the stifling influence of the government on the national curriculum. A recent conference at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London entitled ‘Educatio...

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The Majalla: The Leading Arab Magazine
on : Friday, 9 Dec, 2011

The Wrong Model

Turkey and the Middle East Internal Confidence, External Assertiveness Chatham House Briefing Paper Fadi Hakura, November 2011 During a transitional period for the Middle East and North Africa numerous political commentators have become focused on the emerging role of Turkey as a newly influential force in the region. The crux of their analysis centers on the apparent success of Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s political blend of secularism with Islam, seeming to suggest that Erdogan has mas...

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The Majalla: The Leading Arab Magazine
on : Friday, 13 May, 2011

Talking Shop

Egypt in Transition Chatham House Workshop Report April 2011 For the Egypt in Transition report, Chatham House brought together a number of Egyptians for a dialogu...

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