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Nesrine Malik
A desperate Bashir
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir seems to be running out time — and money
Amena Sharaf
Is renewable energy really too costly for Egypt?
High prices of renewable energy are consistently used to justify Egypt’s modest renewable energy ambitions,
Rasha Azab
The public trial of a dove
The court ruled that defendant Ahmed Douma should remain in prison for 15 years.
Sherif Azer
Egypt’s Coptic Christians: Between the hammer of an authoritarian regime and the anvil of terrorism
Attacks on Egypt’s Copts will continue to take place until the real causes are addressed
Mohamed Saad Abdel Hafiz
Egyptian media coverage of Sudan protests: Here today, gone tomorrow
Last January, amid expectations of price increases in bread and fuel, cities across Sudan erupted in
Ziad Bahaa Eddin
A call for dialogue: A non-governmental proposal for the NGO law
Former Deputy Prime Minister Ziad Bahaa Eddin proposes an alternative to the NGO law
Ehaab Abdou
Reconciling Egyptians with their ancient past?
Analyzing students’ perspectives and curriculum representations of ancient Egyptian history
Mohamed Gad
A corporate state mentality
“It’s like there’s a hole in my pocket,” a friend says to me, as she wonders where her income
Amr Ezzat
On the precarious ‘non-existence’ of Egyptian atheists
Amr Ezzat writes about the contradiction inherent in the state’s response to atheists
Ivan Surkoš
Upholding the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: More important than ever
Marking the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
 
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