Tuesday, May 31, 2011

New Developments in Egypt

A short follow-up - as many of you know, our very first podcast was on the uprisings in the Middle East, particularly in Egypt. There have been a lot of developments on the ground there, most of which (not shockingly) have not been covered particularly well by the media. Our guest on that first show, Hesham Sallam, has a great write-up on what's going on right now. Hesham is a friend and colleague who is a PhD candidate at Georgetown, studies the persistence of authoritarian regimes, comparative Middle East politics, and is the co-editor of Jadaliyya, and online e-zine produced by the Arab Studies Institute. Give it a read on Jadaliya by clicking here.

1 comment:

tours in egypt said...

Egypt had turned its history after the ouster of the regime. Now, Egypt is on a cross-roads for the future.