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Rana Mamdouh
Woes of an ordinary journalist
Who added my name to these lists? And why?
Yasmine Zohdi
What we talk about when we talk about trees
We are left with two choices: to withdraw entirely or to talk about trees. How do we create a third?
Lina Attalah
A few things you might like to know about us
Here is the backstory to the piece that contributed to getting us into trouble.
Mohamed Naeem
In Egypt, nothing has changed — but perhaps everything has
This repressive regime has set itself an unattainable goal: to silence everyone all the time forever
Nader Andrawos
Speaking of Evil: Are human rights a new religion?
The history of human rights is a strange, confusing collage of many events from across the world.
Omar Sirri and Renad Mansour
Surviving on violence: Iraq’s political elite
Violence has helped to sustain this status quo and prevent meaningful reform that could help Iraqis.
Egypt Defence Review
Civilian deaths and unaccountability in North Sinai
The country’s conscripted combat forces are tactically frail and ill disciplined
Hala Marshood
Tali’at: Putting feminism at the center of Palestinian liberation
Social violence has been manifested inward, typically within that smallest of ostensibly safe places
Akram Ismail
A revolutionary Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
What is the relationship between the dam and the revolution?
Yasmin El-Rifae
Language after brutality
Is it enough to tell the stories of those who are more definitively silenced?
 
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