Category Archives: egypt

  1. Book Review: The Failure of Nonviolence: From the Arab Spring to Occupy, Peter Gelderloos, Left Bank Books, 2013


    November 4, 2013 by Tariq Khan

    Peter Gelderloos has written a handful of books and several essays, though he is probably best known for his provocative …
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  2. Cultivating Oppositional Critical Consciousness: Revisiting Edward Said


    February 27, 2013 by Tariq Khan

    Edward Said (1935-2003) was a Palestinian-American intellectual and human rights activist best known for his classic 1979 book Orientalism.  This …
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  3. A Trade Unionist in Egypt

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    February 16, 2011 by The Mormon Worker

    By Carl Finamore CAIRO-I arrived at a nearly empty Cairo airport one day after President Hosni Mubarak resigned, an act …
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  4. Egypt, open post


    February 10, 2011 by J. Madson

    I have been glued to various blogs and Al-Jazeera’s internet feed the last few days. What are your thoughts on …
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  5. The Arab World is on Fire


    February 4, 2011 by The Mormon Worker

    By Noam Chomsky The Arab world is on fire,” al-Jazeera reported on Jan. 27, while throughout the region, Western allies …
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