Maged Mandour

Maged Mandour is a political analyst who writes openDemocracy’s “Chronicles of the Arab Revolt” column, covering the affairs of the Arab world with a special focus on social change in the post-Arab Spring Middle East. He is also a Sada writer for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and a contributor to Middle East Eye and Arab Digest.

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Egypt’s IMF Loan Now Shows Sure Fire Signs of Failure

The International Monetary Fund fails to appreciate that General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s dictatorial regime is in-charge of the powerful Egyptian military-security complex and incapable of meeting its demands for financial prudence. Sisi relies on military-security forces to stay in office and follows an economic model that continues to fail the Egyptian people while building an enormous debt... Continue Reading

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