Posts Tagged: Egypt

For Argument’s Sake

Despite many rueful sighs to the contrary, feminism isn’t dead. Or at least, it isn’t in the Arab World. The Egyptian journalist Mona Eltahawy has caused some controversy – I will not describe it as a veritable storm, as some

For Argument’s Sake

Despite many rueful sighs to the contrary, feminism isn’t dead. Or at least, it isn’t in the Arab World. The Egyptian journalist Mona Eltahawy has caused some controversy – I will not describe it as a veritable storm, as some

Democracy is the Solution

On the State of Egypt; What Caused the Revolution by Alaa Al Aswany (2011) Addressing distinguished guests at the Mansion House last month, William Hague called the Arab Spring ‘perhaps the main event of the twenty-first century so far.’ More

Democracy is the Solution

On the State of Egypt; What Caused the Revolution by Alaa Al Aswany (2011) Addressing distinguished guests at the Mansion House last month, William Hague called the Arab Spring ‘perhaps the main event of the twenty-first century so far.’ More