Maria Golia, a long-time resident of Egypt, is author of Cairo: City of Sand (2004) and Photography and Egypt (2007). She is also the permanent correspondent for The Middle East (UK) and columnist for the New Internationalist (Oxford).
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Egypt's Forgotten Fellahin There is no real agricultural policy in Egypt in the same way there has been no real government and the fellahin (peasants), are an endangered segment of society
“In the land of all black and all white, shouting grey is blasphemy;” and there are 80 million shades of grey in Egypt. Continue Reading
It’s simple really, if we don’t save the Nile, everything else we are debating, discussing, arguing about will be irrelevant. Continue Reading
I have the greatest respect and admiration for you. We can never forget that it was your courage and foresight that called for change and a transition...
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Democracy in the Age of American Idol
Slow Return to Normal Politics in Egypt
Revolutionary Business: Rethinking Entrepreneurship in the Middle East
Speak the Truth or Keep Silent
How to become a political activist in Egypt
Mish Fahem 2
Replacing Humiliation with Dignity
Egypt Calling: Lessons in Democracy
The Economic Consequences of the Arab Revolt
The Impact of Digital Technology on Art and Artists
Egypt's Economic Crisis: How to Help Cairo Help Itself
Egypt’s Beard Complex
Finding the trend in transition
An immediate roadmap for the Egyptian opposition
The Day After
Trafalgar has much in common with Tahrir
Does Egypt Need a Magles al-Shura?
Egypt Tries to Reconstitute Itself
True Democrats Don't Bankroll Juntas
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