New Internationalist

Egypt

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Egyptian laughter

In a climate of uncertainty, Maria Golia discovers that laughter can sound hollow.

Filed in: Egypt

Egypt's freedom harvest

Rami Zurayk says the Arab uprisings offer a unique chance to embrace food sovereignty.

Filed in: Egypt Hunger Syria

Podcast: Maria Golia on Egypt

An interview with Maria Golia, author of our longstanding and popular Letter from Cairo column.

Filed in: Activism Egypt

Letter from Cairo

Love can be tough amid the boredom and despair of a city slum, writes Maria Golia.

Filed in: Egypt

The silver screen behind the Spring

Feature films can tell us much about the cultural background to recent events in North Africa and the Middle East. Malcolm Lewis has been watching some of them.

Filed in: Egypt Film Iran

Letter from Cairo: the struggle for a free press

The independent press has gained strength from the revolution, writes Maria Golia.

Filed in: Egypt

What is a 'true Egyptian'?

There may be no easy answer, but identity has become an obsession, discovers Maria Golia, among a people in turmoil.

Filed in: Egypt

A stitch in time saves...

Maria Golia’s tailor has the currency markets stitched up.

Filed in: Egypt

Bearing witness

Maria Golia savours a moment of extraordinary clarity for Egypt.

Filed in: Egypt

When people rise up...

As the ripples of rebellion spread through the Arab world, what’s next for democracy?

Filed in: Egypt Libya Tunisia

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