Egypt Institute Journal (Vol. 6- Issue 22) / studies
Ten Years After the January Revolution: What Is Left.. And What Is the future?
This study proceeds through two axes: the first addresses the perceptions of a number of Arab, Egyptian and foreign experts and observers about the future, and the points of agreement and disagreement between them. In the second axis, the researcher presents a reading of the scene through three sub-axes. The first sub-axis starts from extrapolating features and indicators of the deep popular division. The second sub-axis relates to developments of the Egyptian political scene. The third sub-axis addresses the erosion of society’s sources of power, with a focus on businessmen, civil society and Al-Azhar institution. In conclusion, the paper introduces an outlook, taking into account the presence of relevant external variables.