By H.A. Hellyer
Amid the turbulence of the 2011 Arab uprisings, the innovative rebellion that performed out in Cairo's Tahrir sq. created excessive expectancies prior to rushing the hopes of its members. The upheaval ended in a series of occasions in Egypt that scarcely someone can have anticipated, and helpful few have understood: 5 years on, the prestige of Egypt's unfinished revolution continues to be shrouded in confusion. energy shifted fingers speedily, first from protesters to the military management, then to the politicians of the Muslim Brotherhood, after which again to the military. The politics of the road has given option to the politics of Islamist-military détentes and the undoing of the democratic scan. in the meantime, a burgeoning Islamist insurgency occupies the military in Sinai and compounds the nation's experience of uncertainty.
A Revolution Undone blends research and narrative, charting Egypt's trip from Tahrir to Sisi from the viewpoint of an writer and analyst who lived all of it. H.A. Hellyer brings his first-hand adventure to endure in his review of Egypt's test with protest and democracy. And via scrutinizing Egyptian society and public opinion, Islamism and Islam, the army and govt, in addition to the West's response to occasions, Hellyer presents a much-needed appraisal of Egypt's destiny prospects.
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The Egyptian military was hardly a revolutionary force. Regardless of how it played the scene in 2011, it likely had two main concerns, neither of which 18 THE EIGHTEEN DAYS OF TAHRIR was about the deficiencies of Mubarak’s presidency or the need for radical reform of Egypt’s institutions. The first was, as mentioned, that the protests were beginning to destabilise Egypt. The second related to internal unrest already prevalent within the army about the prospect that Egypt’s next president would be Mubarak’s son, Gamal Mubarak, whom the military top brass had little respect for.
3 Yes, I wrote that the Egyptian nation did not need a revolution. I published that piece on 24 January 2011, and I discuss it later on in this book. A few days later, I was in Tahrir Square—and those eighteen days of uprising that began on the 25th were the promise of a revolution. My intellectual and rational edifice of reluctance to endorse a revolutionary idea, especially against the backdrop of a state that I believed had obliterated civil society, came crashing down. To put it another way—I didn’t think a revolutionary uprising could take place in Egypt without immediate huge costs, and very little benefit.
The title of this book, A Revolution Undone: Egypt’s Road beyond Revolt, was discussed carefully and at length with my publishers. A revolution ‘undone’ is one that began, but which was never completed—and that is true of Egypt’s. The Egyptian revolution wasn’t demolished and destroyed—that’s a finality that can’t be diagnosed yet, just as the effects of revolutionary events cannot be adequately ascertained until years later. But, certainly, the Egyptian revolutionary uprising hasn’t yet led to a revolution being accomplished—and counter-revolutionary events also took place, fighting hard against changes that had been begun.
A revolution undone : Egypt's road beyond revolt by H.A. Hellyer