The New Arab Logo

Breaking News

Mohamed ElMeshad

Share this page:
  • 0

  • twitter Share
Mohamed ElMeshad
Mohamed ElMeshad

Journalist and PhD candidate at SOAS. His research interests focus on political economy. He extensively worked on Egypt, Bahrain, West Africa, the UK and US. Recently, he contributed to the Committee to Protect Journalists’ book, "Attacks on the Press" (2015).

Share this page:
  • 0

  • twitter

US Democrats have a lot to learn from 2016

20 November, 2019

Comment: Fielding another centrist candidate in 2020 will lose the Democrats the election, as it did in 2016, writes Mohammed ElMeshad.

More than reform, Lebanon needs a complete overhaul

05 November, 2019

Comment: Lebanon's economic system needs profound change, not just superficial reforms, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.

Pyramids FC: Saudi money brings cultural colonisation to Egypt

21 August, 2018

Comment: Saudi Arabia's economic imperialism on the football field is a danger to Egypt's cultural sovereignty, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.

In Egypt, the slow death of journalism continues

21 June, 2018

Comment: Egypt's new laws class social media accounts as media outlets, and mark another setback for journalists in an increasingly oppressive climate, writes Mohamed el-Meshad.

Mo Salah: Necessary hero or opium for the masses?

23 May, 2018

Comment: Could Mo Salah's megastar status protect him enough to speak out against the atrocities in Gaza? asks Mohamed el-Meshad.

Could a 'BRICS plus' alliance help topple US dominance?

06 September, 2017

Comment: As America's might begins to decline, China looks to its BRICS associates - including Sisi's Egypt - in the search for global dominance, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.

After Alef: A bad omen for investment in Egypt

25 August, 2017

Comment: In its latest crackdown, Sisi's government has assigned a state-run investment company to run Egypt's chain of beloved Alef bookstores, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.

Mubarak's acquittal: Back to square one?

06 March, 2017

Comment: Rather than being a source of shock and anger, Mubarak's recent acquittal on all charges is a reminder that the 'deep state' is very much intact, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.

Mubarak and the legacy of institutional decay

11 February, 2017

Comment: On the anniversary of Mubarak's ousting, his legacy is not simply one of a deposed autocrat, but the origin of an ongoing state of governmental degeneration, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.

Media matters: Egypt's revolution and its aftermath

25 January, 2017

Comment: The revolution was aided by the presence of a relatively critical media. But the media's trajectory since then reflects the path of regime politics and leadership, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.

ElBaradei coaxes Egypt's propaganda machine into action

16 January, 2017

Comment: After years out of the limelight, ElBaradei's return has triggered a new defamation campaign to discredit him, and anyone associated with the 25 January Revolution, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.

Trump: God's chaos candidate?

06 December, 2016

Comment: A 'wrecking ball' type leader has arrived. He will knock the establishment over, and facilitate the rise of the religious right in the mainstream, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.

Mohamed ElMeshad
Mohamed ElMeshad

Journalist and PhD candidate at SOAS. His research interests focus on political economy. He extensively worked on Egypt, Bahrain, West Africa, the UK and US. Recently, he contributed to the Committee to Protect Journalists’ book, "Attacks on the Press" (2015).

Most Popular

Most Popular