Tag Archives: Arab Spring

Anatomising the Egyptian Quandary

Call it a case of deja vu. People power 2.0 has beckoned and once again the Egyptian nation is at the heart of all this. Photos of the hordes gathering at Tahrir Square are consumed by the minions who know … Continue reading

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An anvil autumn’s night in Newtown

The dawn of autumn had just broken ground in Sydney when, early on a rainy night in Newtown, I climbed a narrow stairway into the unknown. I had been looking forward all day to this moment. Days ago, I saw … Continue reading

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