Weekend Reading: Tourism in Egypt, Descartes in Reyhanli, and Corruption in the KRG
Steven A. Cook
November 20, 2015
A girl holds a child inside a refugee camp for the internally displaced in Jrzinaz area, southern part of Idlib province, Syria October 13, 2015 (Khalil Ashawi/Reuters).
Farah Halime studies how continued violence in Egypt, particularly against the tourism industry, negatively impacts the country’s economy.
The blogger Maysaloon discusses teaching identity, philosophy, and Descartes to Syrian refugee children.
Aras Ahmed Mhamad reflects on how corruption and nepotism is weakening the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq.
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