Tagged By Arab Spring

Today We Should Remember the Martyrs

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Today millions of Egyptians, for the first time, will get to decide who will be their President. Yes there is some cynicism and concern about the election. (Which I wrote about in ‘The Agenda’ magazine last…

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A Year of Revolution

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In a year of revolution, causes have been easier to identify than consequences. In 1989, following the end of the Cold War, the American political scientist Francis Fukuyama wrote in The End of History? of the…

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A Day Spent in Tahrir Square

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David Lynch spent Sunday on the streets around a Tahrir Square in revolt. He will be writing about the events in Cairo in the Sunday Business Post on Sunday and we’ll be putting his posts…

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“can, Spring be far behind?”

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Book Review: ‘On the State of Egypt- The Issues that Caused the Revolution‘, Alaa Al Aswany (AUB Press 2011) David Lynch is currently based in Cairo reporting on post-Mubarak Egypt and the Arab Spring. He…

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There Will Be Blood

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This blog post was originally published today in David’s blog An Arab Spring in My Step, which he has set up while in Cairo reporting on post-Mubarak Egypt and the Arab Spring. Eid al-Adha in Cairo,…

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