A Less-Lethal Business

The deaths of protestors at the hands of Egypt’s military have focused attention on US shipments of arms, including “less lethal” tear gas. From Cairo. Alix Dunn argues that so far business actions are speaking louder than diplomatic words. Successive speeches by US officials about the “legitimate aspirations of the Egyptian people” have increasingly bent…

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Egypt – Elections, the Constitution and Power

Will the parliament Egyptians elect have power over the country’s military rulers? Dr. Amr Shalakany, Associate Professor of Law at the American University in Cairo, spoke to Laws of Rule contributor Yasmine Gado about Egypt’s elections, military rule and aspects of Egypt’s current legal system. Yasmine Gado – Elections are underway. Will the parliament that…

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