"Teach the lion the skittishness of the gazelle, and erase the lion's history"
Prosecuting the iconic figures and creating the skittish gazelle
- 24 March 2015
- Ehsan Faqih
Tunis graffiti ignites social debate
- 23 March 2015
- Naima Morelli
The revolution in Tunisia didn't spread through social media alone. Along with the internet, young Tunisians chose the street walls as the means to express their hope and rage.
Will Tunisians stand united in fight against terrorism?
- 20 March 2015
- Christine Petré
As Tunisia experienced its worst terrorist attack in years Tunisians remain determined to stand united against any terrorism threat. However, exactly how united is the Tunisian population?
Al-Sisi's economic myths
- 18 March 2015
- Khalil Al-Anani
The logic of General Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi's supporters never ceases to amaze, nor do their double standard and flawed comments cease to reveal the magnitude of the myths and bubbles they are living in due to the "brainwashing" exercised by the media day and night. This was obvious during the economic conference held a few days ago in the city of Sharm El-Sheikh, as an unprecedented number of myths and nonsense emerged on its side-lines.
Will foreign investors in Egypt have blood on their hands?
- 13 March 2015
- Amr Darrag
The regime of Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has staked its future on an investment conference, for which he is desperate to attract foreign direct investment (FDI). Egypt does not need FDI. Rather, Egypt needs an integrated, comprehensive economic and development strategy of which FDI is only one aspect.