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Egyptian revolution 2011
Content about the Egyptian revolution of 2011 and its aftermath.
The working class strikes back
A review of a book published in 2018, The Class Strikes Back.
The Fruits of “Arab Spring”; Islamism, Anarchism & Feminism
A 2013 essay by Lebanese-Armenian political activist Yeghia Tashjian covering the power struggle…
Fear the everyday state
On the fifth anniversary of the fall of Egypt's president Mubarak, this is an account of the uprising, and the ebb and flow of the Egyptian…
"The next battle will be much more violent": Interview with Philip Rizk
Interview with Philip Rizk, a filmaker and writer living in Cairo, on the 2011 revolt in Egypt, its…
Police arrest Alexandria workers as strikes continue nationwide
Striking postal workers arrested as more than 50,000 employees of the state-owned postal services…
From Egypt to Wall Street
Wendell Hassan Marsh on the links between the Wisconsin protests, the Egyptian Revolution and the Occupy movement.
Making the future: Occupations, interventions, empire and resistance - Noam Chomsky
Taken together, Chomsky's essays present a powerful counter-narrative to official accounts of the…
Thinking about Egypt: between cynicism and wishful thinking
On the developments in Egypt, on the framework in which people talk about the developments, and a…
Street protests and class power - Devrim Valerian
Reflections on current events in Turkey, Egypt, and Brazil and the aftermath of the Arab Spring.
History and the Sphinx: Of Riots and Uprisings
Jasper Bernes and Joshua Clover on The Rebirth of History: Times of Riots and Uprisings by Alain Badiou
Talking 'bout a revolution?
The Syrian events are a challenge for both left wing party people and revolutionaries. Part of the confusion, however, is related to matters of…