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Some people prefer working in the shadows
Osman El Sharnoubi | The state approaches the issue as a strictly binary one leading to a simplified view of the economy
The government wants to reduce its debt. Will its new strategy work?
Osman El Sharnoubi | The plan is to reduce short-term debt obligations and avoid paying billions in interest each year
Ramadan 2019 TV: What watching has done to us
Fathi Elshekh, Hadeer El-Mahdawy, Heba El-Sherif, Isra Ezzeldin, Leila Arman, Mai Elwakil, Mohamed Ashraf Abu Emaira, Mostafa Mohie, Nawara Belal, Osman El Sharnoubi and Yasmine Zohdi | Mada has sacrificed some of its best journalists, sending them off to watch this year’s Ramadan TV
Is the government building a parallel bureaucracy?
Mohamed Hamama and Osman El Sharnoubi | Power is concentrated in the presidency and military at the expense of other state institutions
How ordinary Egyptians embodied nationalism around the 1919 revolution
Osman El Sharnoubi | Ziad Fahmy uses popular culture to look back at the emergence of a distinctly Egyptian identity
A stranger in Sahel
Osman El Sharnoubi | A North Coast roadtrip helps trace the development of Egypt’s class-centered Sahel and its clientele
 
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