Égypte/Monde arabe is a social sciences journal established by CEDEJ in 1990. The journal’s readers include students, scholars, academics, researchers, and others hoping to understand tensions and transformations in the contemporary Middle East, including Egypt.
From 1999 to 2003, the journal was co-edited with Complexe Editions. Since 2005, CEDEJ has taken over editing and the journal is printed twice per year by Presses de l’IFAO.
The published issues are available in print and books may be purchased at CEDEJ in Cairo. Latest issues are sold online at Cairn, while older issues are available at ema.revues.org. Égypte/Monde arabe is a part of the online federation of social sciences journals revues.org.
Each issue addresses one main topic, but articles that focus on other subjects are welcomed. CEDEJ’s manager oversees the publication’s direction and a coordinator and reading committee supervise each issue. All articles are submitted to the reading committee for assessment.