Skip to navigation – Site map

Presentation

Égypte/Monde arabe is a social sciences journal established by CEDEJ in 1990. The journal’s readers include students, scholars, and others hoping to understand tensions and transformations in the contemporary Middle East, including Egypt. From 1999 to 2003, the journal was co-edited with Complexe Editions. Since 2005, CEDEJ has taken over editing and the journal is printed three times per year by Presses de l’IFAO. The published issues are available in print at CEDEJ in Cairo. Since 2017, latest issues have been sold online at Cairn, while older issues are available at ema.revues.org.

Latest issue
16 | 2017
L'État égyptien en quête de stabilité

Edited by Clément Steuer
Couverture EMA #16
More about this picture
Credits : Clémence Curty

This issue aims at identifying and analyzing continuities and novelties within the Egyptian ­political life. The state, once threatened by the revolutionary mobilization, is trying to stabilize its ­environment again. The current situation is not a mere return to the Mubarak’s system: the events of 2011 triggered a process of reshaping the state-society relationship, and this process will ­probably last a few more years. The articles gathered in this volume give an overview of the expression of social demand, the reform of the institutions, and the elaboration of public policies in Egypt, under the rule of Abdel Fattah al-Sissi.This issue aims at identifying and analyzing continuities and novelties within the Egyptian ­political life. The state, once threatened by the revolutionary mobilization, is trying to stabilize its ­environment again. The current situation is not a mere return to the Mubarak’s system: the events of 2011 triggered a process of reshaping the state-society relationship, and this process will ­probably last a few more years. The articles gathered in this volume give an overview of the expression of social demand, the reform of the institutions, and the elaboration of public policies in Egypt, under the rule of Abdel Fattah al-Sissi.

  • Logo Centre d’études et de documentation économiques juridiques et sociales (CEDEJ)
  • Revues.org