Monthly Archives: February 2011

Feb. 14, 2011 – Transitional Justice in Egypt

http://mdmorn.wordpress.com/2011/02/14/214111-transitional-justice-in-egypt/ The world has been transfixed for the past three weeks by a simple, powerful story in Egypt: a tenacious, people-powered revolt that drove an autocrat out of office after 30 years. Things are about to get a lot more complicated. Egypt faces many challenges. To start with, there’s getting the economy back up and […]

Feb. 4, 2011 – “Maryland Morning With Sheilah Kast,” Egypt in Turmoil

http://mdmorn.wordpress.com/2011/02/04/24111-egypt-in-turmoil/ It’s been ten days since protests erupted across Egypt, with Egyptians of diverse backgrounds loudly demanding the end of Hosni Mubarak’s regime. Before that, protests in Tunisia forced president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali into exile. Will Mubarak cling tightly to power until the promised September elections? If he leaves, who fills the power […]

February 3, 2011 – Egypt’s Race Problem

Published on The Root (http://www.theroot.com) Home > Egypt’s Race Problem Egypt’s Race Problem By: Sunni M. Khalid Posted: February 3, 2011 at 2:53 PM For too many Egyptians, sub-Saharan Africa is a stereotypical exotic land of thick jungles and masses of poor, starving and black-skinned savages. Because of my looks, my religion and my name, I have frequently […]