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  • Abd Elsalam, Samah Ragab (2011-05-26)
    The main purpose of this study is to assess the degree of transparency and accountability in the public pharmaceutical sector in Egypt. It aimed at providing an alarm about the weak points that could be vulnerable to ...
  • Fox, Rebecca (2013-01-27)
    Throughout the first few months of 2011, a handful of protesters dominated mainstream American media coverage of the Egyptian Revolution. Activists such as Wael Ghonim and Gigi Ibrahim were called â the Facebook youthâ ...
  • El Sherbine, Asmaa (2012-05-17)
    A revolutionary step towards a better media, during the beginning of the Egyptian revolution, the media played a significant role in misleading people and hiding the truth of what is going on in Tharir which makes people ...
  • El Bakly, Noha (2012-02-22)
  • American University in Cairo. Office of Institutional Research; American University in Cairo. Office of Public Safety (2012-03-12)
  • Libraries and Learning Technologies; American University in Cairo. Libraries and Learning Technologies (American University in Cairo, 2010-12-20)
  • Ramsis, Inas (2013-01-29)
    Water pollution by toxic heavy metals is one of the most serious environmental hazards to humans’ health. As they are emitted into the water resources and adsorbed by soil, plants, fish and animals and eventually accumulate ...
  • Hamada, Souad (2013-02-12)
    A qualitative approach was used to study the etiology of male sex work in Egypt and report on issues related to sexual identity, sociodemographic characteristics, and work and HIV contexts of male sex workers. Seven male ...
  • Ahmed, Iman Ahmed Ismail (2013-06-02)
    This thesis examines the relationship that exists between population displacement and ‎impoverishment. The study falls in the domain of Development Induced Displacement and ‎Resettlement (DIDR). It uses the example of ...
  • American University in Cairo. Middle East Studies Center (American University in Cairo, 12/1/2011)
    The study of democratization has become a thriving industry. We have at present a voluminous literature about its history and its sequences. In relation to democratization history, there is at present a consensus on four ...
  • American University in Cairo. Middle East Studies Center (American University in Cairo, 11/30/2011)
    If there is such a thing as "new terrorism," what are its characteristics? Al-Qaeda, as a functioning organization, is -- we are told -- no more. Its institutional structure and funding agencies have been decapitated. Are ...
  • American University in Cairo. Middle East Studies Center (American University in Cairo, 12/1/2011)
    With the Middle East increasingly at the center of the news, the important question is what do we know about the region and how do we acquire this knowledge. Hence MESC�s emerging project of stock-taking knowledge about ...
  • American University in Cairo. Middle East Studies Center (American University in Cairo, 11/30/2011)
    This first newsletter of the academic year 2005/2006 coincides with the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan. Cairo streets are more crowded and animated than normal (if our imagination can overstretch itself and visualize ...
  • American University in Cairo. Middle East Studies Center (American University in Cairo, 12/1/2011)
    An article can be read �if at all- by a limited number of people. But cartoons capture the attention of millions right away. Consequently, they leave an impression �whether one is literate or not.
  • American University in Cairo. Middle East Studies Center (American University in Cairo, 12/1/2011)
    From September, MESC moves on with a new director, Professor Joel Beinin, the important new addition to the department of History and an old hand at Middle East Studies. He takes over a program in good health and well-geared ...
  • American University in Cairo. Middle East Studies Center (American University in Cairo, 12/1/2011)
    I hope that everyone had a restful �eid break and that we are all refreshed and ready to enter the second half of the fall semester with renewed energy and commitment. The Middle East Studies Center was very active during ...
  • American University in Cairo. Middle East Studies Center (American University in Cairo, 12/1/2011)
    The academic year has gotten off to a fast start with the introduction of a new required Introductory Interdisciplinary Seminar (MEST 569) for MA students, a regular seminar series on the theme of "The Political Culture ...
  • American University in Cairo. Middle East Studies Center (American University in Cairo, 12/1/2011)
    This is being written as I am attending the annual meeting of the Middle East Studies Association of North America in Montreal, Canada. Many of my colleagues on the faculty of AUC whose research and teaching focuses on the ...