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September 11, 2015
ROZINA ALI
Rozina Ali is senior editor of the Cairo Review of Global Affairs. From 2010 to 2013, she served as deputy editor at the Economist Intelligence Unit in New York. She has contributed to Al Jazeera America, Foreign PolicyGuardian, New York Times, and Salon. On Twitter: @rozina_ali.
ORIENTAL HALL, ETC.
Happenings, speakers, and events at the American University in Cairo. READ MORE
ORIENTAL HALL, ETC.
Happenings, speakers, and events at the American University in Cairo. READ MORE
TEXTS: THE UNITED STATES IN AFGHANISTAN
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REIMAGINING LIMITS
Since Ezzedine Choukri Fishere began publishing fiction in 1995, he has come out with six novels exploring themes from freedom and destiny to identity; critics have viewed his work as indictments against repression, injustice and suffering in Egypt. READ MORE
ORIENTAL HALL, ETC.
Happenings, speakers, and events at the American University in Cairo. READ MORE
THE STRUGGLE FOR IRAQ’S FUTURE
Does the rise of Islamic extremism prove that Iraqi democracy was doomed to fail? READ MORE
ORIENTAL HALL, ETC.
Happenings, speakers, and events at the American University in Cairo. READ MORE
DESERT FLOWERING
Saudi Arabia made its first-ever submission of a film for an Oscar at the 86th Academy Awards in Hollywood. Wadjda, which was submitted in the Best Foreign Film category, failed to earn a nomination, but it made history as the first feature movie to be filmed entirely in the country. READ MORE
ORIENTAL HALL, ETC.
Happenings, speakers, and events at the American University in Cairo. READ MORE
DAMAGE CONTROL
A political prisoner freed. An affidavit documenting police abuse. An audience with lawmakers. When Egyptians rose up in 2011, human rights campaigner Heba Morayef dared to hope that such incremental accomplishments were giving way to freedom and democracy. But the dream didn’t last for long. READ MORE
TEXTS: UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY
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DEMOCRACY VERSUS SECURITY
Simplifying Egypt into the narrow dualism of ‘us versus them,’ the military has re-established a dominant role for itself on Egypt’s political stage, one that has gone largely unchallenged by the Egyptian public. READ MORE
TEXTS: TUNISIA’S POLITICAL TRANSITION
In Tunisia, where the Arab Spring uprisings began in 2010, the National Constituent Assembly voted 200 to 12 with four abstentions on January 26, 2014, to approve a new constitution. The full text of the document. READ MORE
A BETTER CITIZEN
Mahmoud El-Gamal will be forever nostalgic about his days as an economics undergraduate at the American University in Cairo. In July, he became the university’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. READ MORE
Arabs Watch as Lebanon Navigates a Crucial Moment
No Exit: The Politics of Garbage in Lebanon
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