Tunisians oppose the IMF
The Tunisian working class’ fight against poverty, corruption and unemployment is ever more present. عربي
Iran’s protesters are secularizing the 1979 revolution
What we see happening in Iran is the emergence of a new discourse that combines old traditions and new ideas that...
Egypt’s mythical ‘law and order’
The Egyptian authorities appear to be more concerned with how to curb their opponents than they are with the future...
The (anti-) protest law: no more public space in Egypt?
The battle for dominance over public space in Egypt will continue, determining the future relationship between state...
Egypt: the police state
Peaceful protesters holding up signs and chanting are not a threat to national security. The authorities and...
This week's window on the Middle East - October 2, 2013
Arab Awakening's columnists offer their weekly perspective on what is happening on the ground in the Middle East....
Sudan: a revolution in the making?
The community in Sudan is a close one: everybody already knows someone who has died during the protests. This is...
Published in: HomeChanging three young Turkish lives
One of the greatest accomplishments of the protests, for these three individuals, was the chance to meet and...
Published in: HomeThe function of violence in Egypt
Violence in Egypt will only be reigned in when it is no longer useful for the security services’ twin purposes of...
Published in: ourNHSEVENT - Day of Action to Defend London's NHS, 18 May
Join Save our Hospital campaigners from across London for a day of action aginst the biggest threats to London's NHS...