In Cairo, normality is something of a heroic enterprise, Maria Golia explains.
Articles by Maria Golia
Maria Golia considers Egypt's past, present and future.
How can Egyptians make sure last year’s uprisings have a lasting legacy? Maria Golia looks forward.
The future is unknown, but we can learn on the job, says Maria Golia.
Maria Golia experiences beautiful music and blunt talk at a Cairo gathering.
In a climate of uncertainty, Maria Golia discovers that laughter can sound hollow.
An interview with Maria Golia, author of our longstanding and popular Letter from Cairo column.
Love can be tough amid the boredom and despair of a city slum, writes Maria Golia.
The independent press has gained strength from the revolution, writes Maria Golia.
There may be no easy answer, but identity has become an obsession, discovers Maria Golia, among a people in turmoil.
Maria Golia’s tailor has the currency markets stitched up.
After the euphoria, reality is beginning to bite, says Maria Golia.