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THE CAIRO REVIEW INTERVIEWS
Scott MacLeod
Inside Egypt's Uprising READ MORE
“I DIDN’T SEE IT COMING”
Hossam Badrawi
Former National Democratic Party Secretary General Hossam Badrawi tells how the Tahrir revolution looked from inside the regime READ MORE
“I WANT A DEMOCRATIC EGYPT”
Esraa Abdel Fattah
“Facebook Girl” Esraa Abdel Fattah appeals to members of her generation to become active in political parties for the sake of rebuilding their nation READ MORE
FAITH AND HOPE IN EGYPT
Amr Khaled
Populist Muslim preacher Amr Khaled argues that economic development, religious coexistence, and international partnerships are keys to the country’s future READ MORE
A MORE ASSERTIVE ARAB FOREIGN POLICY
Nabil Fahmy
Former Ambassador to the United States Nabil Fahmy believes that a democratic Egypt will not abandon its strategic commitment to peace but will pursue a more pro-active approach in international relations READ MORE
FROM DICTATORSHIP TO DEMOCRACY
Amr Hamzawy
Political analyst Amr Hamzawy says that Egypt’s new challenge is to transform the “protesting citizen” into a “participating citizen" READ MORE
REGION IN REVOLT
Rami G. Khouri
Veteran analyst Rami G. Khouri predicts that the historic change sweeping the Arab world will lead to a secular rather than Islamist political order READ MORE
NARRATING THE REVOLUTION
Alaa Al Aswany
Egyptian novelist Alaa Al Aswany explains how a nation rediscovered itself by rising up against dictatorship READ MORE
SEEKING JUSTICE
Aida Seif El-Dawla
Longtime activist Aida Seif El-Dawla demands that Egypt’s regime be held accountable for past—and ongoing—human rights abuses READ MORE
RISE OF THE BROTHERS
Essam El-Erian
Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Essam El-Erian says that with new political opportunities in post-Mubarak Egypt, the group seeks to “participate, not dominate” READ MORE
THE CAIRO REVIEW INTERVIEW: SOUTH AFRICA’S CLOUT
Scott MacLeod
President Jacob Zuma presides over a country that after decades of international isolation under white minority rule is taking an increasing role in African and global affairs. READ MORE
THE CAIRO REVIEW INTERVIEW: “PEOPLE NEED TOOLS”
Walter Isaacson
Biz Stone and Evan Williams changed the way our world talks to itself when they co-founded Twitter five years ago. They spoke with Aspen Institute President and CEO Walter Isaacson about the future of the Internet.READ MORE
Celebrating Two Great Inevitabilities
Why SCAF Must Go
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