Multiculturalism is enriching and as easy as child’s play. But as the winds of intolerance blow harder, it may become a liability for my son and his generation.
One young woman’s daring nude protests are unlikely to emancipate Egyptian women, but will they actually hurt the cause of freedom and equality?
The failure of Egypt’s new leaders to address the needs and aspirations of young people means the revolution will not stop until there is real change.
Returning to Egypt for the first time since the revolution, an expat desktop rebel discovers the inspirational, the troubling and the simply bizarre.
The army is giving Egyptians a stark choice: choose freedom and endure anarchy, or choose stability and put up with us.
The Egyptian revolution awoke hopes of a new era of gender equality and of greater sexual liberty. But how likely is Egypt to have its own summer of love?
Inspired by the Arab spring, a new generation of Palestinians plan to fight the occupation with olive branches.
“You won’t fool the children of the revolution.” Especially not if they’re Twittering away on their mobile phones.
Talk of banning Facebook is only the surface of a greater crackdown on independent media by an insecure government.
Yes, it’s a famous Cole Porter song but an even better ambition for a fading socialist of the 1980s kind.