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Egypt 2016:  Who was worse, Mubarak, Morsi or Sisi?
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Egypt 2016: Who was worse, Mubarak, Morsi or Sisi?

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By: Mamdouh Habashi / Source: MR Online / The Dawn News / March 01, 2017 2016 was a very difficult year for the Egyptians. Most—both the average man and the political caste—even say it was / is the worst year in the country’s history. Attacking the “revolution” or uprising of 2011, its […]

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Venezuela: The limitations of the liberal left

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By: Emiliano López / Source: La Tecl@ Eñe / April 9, 2017 A battle of ideas that seems lost European political philosophy has had a historic triumph in that concepts such as democracy and institutional order, the mechanisms of political representation, and the US or French forms of the Republic […]

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The Elite Consensus on Syria
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The Elite Consensus on Syria

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By: Branko Marcetic / Source: Jacobin Magazine / The Dawn News  / April 7, 2017 Centrists and op-ed columnists, take heart. At a time of seemingly unprecedented gridlock and partisan rancor in Washington, there’s still something that can bring America’s divided political class together: a good old-fashioned war. Donald Trump’s […]

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