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The Library offers trials of new databases to allow students and staff the opportunity to examine their suitability.Depending on the feedback obtained, and the cost involved, some of these databases may be added to the Monash collection.The Middle East Research and Information Project (MERIP) is a non-profit independent research group established in 1971, that has released reports and position papers on various Middle East conflicts.Its most prominent publication is Middle East Report, which is published both online and as a print magazine.Parties, elections and civic associations were allowed but carefully controlled, providing space for just enough participatory politics to keep people busy without threatening regime dominance. With these words, Clinton gave voice to a common understanding of Egypt under Mubarak.Government officials, pundits and academics, foreign and domestic, thought the regime was resilient -- not because it used brute force or Orwellian propaganda, but because it had shrewdly constructed a simulacrum of politics.
Originally started by a group of anti-Vietnam war activists, MERIP began in 1971 by releasing an irregularly scheduled six-page newsletter called the MERIP Reports.
In 1973, the group began releasing the Reports on a scheduled basis.
According to JSTOR, The Middle East Report "is the foremost U. magazine of critical analysis on the Middle East", with 25,000 US and global readers and more than 700 educational and institutional subscriptions.
If there was ever to be a popular uprising against autocratic rule, it should not have come in Egypt.
The regime of President Husni Mubarak was the quintessential case of durable authoritarianism.
“Our assessment is that the Egyptian government is stable and is looking for ways to respond to the legitimate needs and interests of the Egyptian people,” said Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on January 25, 2011.