Adam Hanieh


For Egypt, the potentially catastrophic implications of a eurozone collapse points to the urgency of breaking with the Mubarak-era economic policies in a substantive and genuine manner.


The struggles against dictatorship that the uprisings in North Africa and the Arab world represent are, simultaneously, intertwined with the way that capitalism has developed across the region.


Billions of dollars are set to flow into Egypt from a host of International Financial Institutions (IFIs), writes Adam Hanieh on the website Jadaliyya. But far from supporting the aspirations of the Egyptian people, their real aim is to hijack the transition and ensure that the neoliberal project in Egypt is hastened.