Cairo Review No. 12
In the tumultuous three years since the Tahrir Square uprising, a number of young Egyptian cartoonists have persevered to defend a crack of space for free expression and dissent.
Happenings, speakers, and events at the American University in Cairo.
Since the January 25 Revolution three years ago, we have witnessed five changes of government, yet citizens are still complaining about government performance in general. What is it that other nations do, and do well, that Egyptians can learn from?
Q & A
Antonio Patriota, the Brazilian ambassador to the United Nations, speaks on the Middle East crises, American spying, domestic protests, and the 2014 World Cup.
Since at least the late nineteenth century, the Middle East has been an intrinsic part of our national narrative of racial and ethnic blending.
Making the case for normalizing India-Pakistan relations.