Monthly Archives: April 2011

Cairo to Countryside: Drop Dead

I have the privilege to bring you two excellent links today, to an article by Aaron Jakes, a fellow grad student researching at the National Archives in Cairo, and a map by Issandr El Amrani, journalist and chief of the … Continue reading

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Seventy-Two Years of Martial Law in Egypt

Human Rights Watch was the most outspoken of several media outlets that wrote last week about the military trial of 25-year-old Coptic blogger Maikel Nabil for “insulting the military.” But I would take issue with the assertion in the sub-headline … Continue reading

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