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Egypt: Gen. El Sisi’s Pyrrhic Victory

Egypt: Gen. El Sisi’s Pyrrhic Victory

By Marwa Fikry Abdel Samei Elections have exposed the fragility of Sisi’s rule and sent up warning signs of the dangerous path that will be pursued. Votes are being counted, and declaring…

An “Indian Model” for the Arab World?

An “Indian Model” for the Arab World?

(By Hazem Saghieh) Arabs’ fixation on Europe contrasts with their neglect of India, whose experience is far more relevant to their own, says Hazem Saghieh. For more than 125 years, Arab political…

After Occupy:  Is Economic Democracy Possible?

After Occupy: Is Economic Democracy Possible?

(A conversation on economic democracy with Tom Malleson via OUP) How do we address the problem of inequality in capitalist societies? Tom Malleson, the author of After Occupy: Economic Democracy for the…