Articles by Abdallah Hendawy
AF’s Resident Scholar Geneive Abdo has been quoted in The Arab Weekly: “I think the Iraqis are in a very difficult position,” said Geneive Abdo, a resident scholar at the Arabia Foundation. ”Because of sanctions that limit Iraq’s abilities to get electricity from Iran...
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s unsurprising 97 percent win , announced Monday after a widely-derided sham election, reaffirms the exponential increase of the military’s influence in nearly every facet of the country’s political and economic life. The danger now...
More than four years after Egypt’s Muslim Brothers were ousted from power in a military coup and declared a terrorist organization, their chief nemesis, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, is reshuffling key players in his cabinet in ways that could ultimately benefit the...
The latest protests in Iran may be largely crushed for now, but the characteristics of this particular uprising suggest that, unlike the so-called Green Revolution of 2009 and other previous waves -- the unrest could continue sporadically for years to come.
Months before Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman began his anticorruption drive against billionaires, he first silenced, detained and, in some cases, imprisoned, members of the kingdom’s religious elite