Journals Higher Education



Published: 01 October 2011

344 Pages

6 x 9 inches

ISBN: 9789774164866

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Egypt, the Arabs, and the World

Reflections at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century (A Tahrir Studies Edition)

Hani Shukrallah

A Publication of The American University in Cairo Press

  • Ten years of newspaper commentary on Egyptian life built into a portrait of modern Egypt and the many issues which confront this largest Arab nation.
  • Author is an important Arab commentator, both in Egypt and abroad, combining a strong narrative voice, a command of history and current events, and a cosmopolitan Cairo perspective.
  • Provides a perceptive window on the Egyptian revolution and the Arab spring.
  • Covers a broad swath of political and social topics concerning Egypt, the broader Arab world, and their interactions with the west.
  • Suitable for coursework on modern Middle East and Egyptian politics, social issues, and media, foreign policy, and journalism.

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