(Memorial Day) Weekend Reading: Mubarak’s Mansions and To Boycott or Not To Boycott?
Steven A. Cook
May 23, 2014
Steven Cook wears t-shirts purchased in Cairo, Egypt in Spring 2011, Winter 2011, Summer 2012, and Spring 2014 (from left to right) reflecting the changes in Egyptian politics.
Hossam Bahgat writes about the recent verdicts against former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and his sons, and how Egyptians unwittingly paid for their lavish lifestyles over the years.
Aliaa Hamed muses on why Egypt’s revolutionaries are boycotting the elections.
Nervana looks at the active and passive boycotts taking place in Egypt prior to the upcoming elections, and the steps being taken by the state to counter them.
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