Egypt uprising

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Jul 5, 2013
Photo: Zeinab Mohamed/flickr

Elections, coups and democracies

Rick Salutin
Democracy isn't a classic script that actors must memorize and never deviate from. It's more like improv, shifting and reconstituting.
Columnists
Dec 30, 2011

2011 and the decline of authority

What may have been unique this past year was a collapse of the conventional fountains of authority and respect. In the Arab world that meant governments. But in the West, it meant big business.
Podcast
Apr 28, 2011
Redeye

Changing image of Arabs

Redeye
The uprisings in the Middle East have shaken some of the prejudices against Arabs and led Westerners to see people in the Muslim countries of the Middle East as simply people struggling for justice.
Columnists
Apr 15, 2011

What is the point in burning a book?

Those who follow the international news will know that the nutcase pastor down in Florida burned a copy of the Koran. One cannot help but wonder at the stupidity of all of this.
News
Feb 23, 2011
The opening march at the World Social Forum in Dakar, Senegal, Feb. 6, 2011. Photo: Pambazuka News/Flickr.

10th World Social Forum an ever-growing event

Feroz Mehdi
Senegal welcomed the world this month, as 75,000 people representing local and international progressive movements and organizations came to Dakar from over 130 countries.
News
Feb 23, 2011

Ecologik -- For Egypt and our world

Raffi Cavoukian
What if the interconnected intelligence of Earthly and human systems became the organizing principle of not only international relations but also for how societies might reorder priorities?
Blog
Feb 19, 2011

Egypt: 20 days of coverage

rabble staff
As protests erupted in Cairo's Tahrir Square rabble's staff and contributors spoke to Egyptian protesters, solidarity activists and responded with interviews, commentaries and analysis.

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