Tag Archives: Egypt

Egypt: The Sphinx and the People’s Revolution

Broader socio-economic weaknesses throughout the Arab world is context, stresses Rene Wadlow* in this analysis of Egypt’s ongoing revolution. Continue reading

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Jakob Erle is new DEDI director in Cairo

AWE president Jakob Erle is going to be the next director of the Danish Egyptian Dialogue institute (DEDI). The position is based in Cairo. Jakob continues as AWE president. Continue reading

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AWE and Bibliotheca Alexandrina sign Memorandum of Understanding

The Association for World Education (AWE) and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina of Egypt signed a Memorandum of Understanding on October 10th. The intention is to strengthen the professional relations between the two parties. Continue reading

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