Steven A. Cook

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Weekend Reading: Patrick Seale’s Struggle, Turkish Illusion, and Egypt’s Forgotten Man

by Steven A. Cook
April 4, 2014

A street vendor chews qat, a mild stimulant, as he sits by his vegetable stall at a market place in the Old Sanaa city March 19, 2014 (Khaled Abdullah/Courtesy Reuters). A street vendor chews qat, a mild stimulant, as he sits by his vegetable stall at a market place in the Old Sanaa city March 19, 2014 (Khaled Abdullah/Courtesy Reuters).

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Maged Atiya on Egypt’s forgotten man.

 

 

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