(FILES) This file photo taken in November 1869 shows the inauguration of the Suez Canal in Egypt. - As the Suez Canal marks its 150th anniversary, Egypt which nationalised the.
To distract us from all the horrible things in the world, here's a great story on how a Catholic library in Cairo began collecting street-level Islamic religious texts in the.
Above: Gamal Abdel Nassar I've long thought Jacobin is at its best when it is moving the conversation on what it means to be a leftist ahead in the post-Soviet.
Given how little coverage organized labor in the United States receives in this country, it's hardly surprising than when talking about international events, the news media really ignores labor. But.
No counter-revolution is complete without a call for the return of the monarchy: Asked what he thought would be the solution to Egypt's malaise, Prince Osman cited the example of Spain,.
On this week's episode of Foreign Entanglements, I talked with Clayton Thyne of the University of Kentucky about the political science of the Egyptian coup: Unfortunately, we lost the much-more-political-sciencey.
Old news, but worth revisiting this pre-analysis from Duss and Hussein Ibish:
Matt Duss talks with Eric Trager: