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Egypt

Mohamed Mostafa el Baradei

Date of Birth: 17/06/1942
Place of Birth: Cairo


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The revolution continues

On 1 March, Mohamed el Baradei and a delegation of intellectuals, politicians and business people (including Orascom Telecom tycoon Naguib Onsi Sawiris) also met the SCAF...


Winners of the wave

Activists are celebrating the power of individuals to make a difference – whether they be the tragic figure of Tunisia’s Mohamed Bouazizi, whose self-immolation started the wave of protest on 17 December, Egypt’s social media organiser Wael Ghonim or Nobel laureate Mohamed el Baradei, who helped convince an older generation that the protest was meaningful...


Mubarak stumbles to the exit

The blockade is regarded by many Egyptians as a shameful betrayal of the Palestinian cause and has been condemned by some secular nationalists, such as the opposition leader and Nobel laureate Mohamed el Baradei...


The major opposition

National Association for Change: led by Mohamed el Baradei, NAC focuses on liberal democratic demands, including abolishing Articles 76, 77 and 88 of the constitution and instituting true parliamentary democracy, for which it is seeking cross-party support...


Mubarak and son limited

NAC’s seven demands Reforming this clause is one of the seven demands put forward by the National Association for Change (NAC) coalition, fronted by Mohamed el Baradei, the former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Nobel peace prize winner (AC Vol 51 No 21)...


Mubarak's last stand

The NDP was also pleased to see cracks appearing in Mohamed el Baradei's boycott (AC Vol 51 No 21)...


The thwarted contenders

Mohamed el Baradei: the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize winner and former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency returned early in 2010 aiming to revive politics with the fractious National Association for Change, a coalition of politicians, intellectuals and activists...


El Baradei’s boycott falters

The campaign by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mohamed el Baradei for a mass boycott of the general elections on 29 November is in disarray after several opposition groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), decided to stand...


Generational change

The suggestions that the internationally respected diplomat Mohamed Mostafa el Baradei is an enemy of the Egyptian state show the desperation of the power clique around the fading, 81-year-old President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, even if the prospects for his early exit are, barring health crises, slim...


Fresh start for old faces

Western intelligence services have been relaxed about Libya's WMD programmes and Mohamed el Baradei of the International Atomic Energy Agency has confirmed that Tripoli was far from building a nuclear weapon...


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