All posts tagged Egypt

Another complex revolution

Luke Cooper traces the Ukrainian movement’s origins in the ‘city square’ movements – and looks at its potential to go from protest to power It is easily forgotten that the inspiration for the wave of ‘city square’ movements that swept […]

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Event: Global Uprisings/ Resistance: Turkey, Egypt and Brazil

The summer of 2013 was witness to a series of social uprisings and resistance movements across the globe. This meeting looks back on the events that took place in Turkey, Egypt and Brazil – their underlying causes, and what their […]

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Egypt: revolution on the streets again

The political crisis in Egypt is a result of the uncompleted revolution, argues Stuart King

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Cairo students protest two-tier university system

‘We’re not going to be silent any more’

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Call for solidarity with Egyptian activists

On 13 May, 2012, the Egyptian Court of Appeals will consider the sentence of two years imprisonment against four socialist militants and co-founding members of The Socialist Popular Alliance Party SPAP: Mohamed Atef, Mostafa Mohie Al-Din, Mostafa Shawky  and Mohamed […]

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