Beth Wagoner angol nyelvű elemzése.
This paper aims to analyze the relationship between Egyptian security issues and the regime of Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, focusing specifically on insurgent groups in the Sinai. An examination of historical conflicts in the Sinai coupled with the recent rise of insurgent groups reveals a troubling security trend that could impact the MENA region, and by extension, global security as a whole. The paper examines how Sisi’s 2018 re-election has the potential to be damaging to the already fragile security situation, focusing on four main factors that range from military tactics to oppressive political policies. The paper concludes with recommendations for the European Union on how to mitigate this security threat.