Mark Levine

  • It doesnt look like much, the patch of asphalt where Mohamed Bouazizi set himself alight, igniting a pro-democracy revolution across the Arab world with his sacrifice. Yet, even nine months after the act that changed world history, I couldnt help but tremble as I stood on the same bit of street, ...

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  • Its chaos, explained one of Egypts most perceptive sociologists. But of course its a good thing in and of itself that people are getting involved. To see young bourgeois college girls waking up early in the morning to go to working class and poor neighbourhoods and distribute money and aid to ...

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