Mohammed Samhouri is a senior economist at the Cairo-based Regional Center for Strategic Studies, and a former senior fellow and lecturer at Brandeis University’s Crown Center for Middle East Studies in Boston.
Egypt’s Looming Fiscal Crisis
One of the toughest challenges the new president of Egypt will face is to secure the hefty US$22.5 billion needed to finance the deficit of the recently released state budget
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Egypt's Daunting Economy
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On Women and the Egyptian Uprising
The Importance of Egypt’s Revolution
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