Tag: Egypt

You Say You Want a Revolution...

Kambiz is an Iranian journalist living in exile. I first met him on a train in Hamburg, Germany in 2005. I was traveling to Berlin on a backpacking trip and he was living there for a brief while contemplating moving his family to Europe. We struck up a conversation about politics that lasted from station... Read more »

A View of Egypt from Chicago

The Egyptian Revolution has been very well documented since Egyptians first took to the streets a little more than a week ago to protest the 30-year rule of dictator Hosni Mubarak. Protesters Clash With Riot Police in Egypt  Americans have defied our popular stereotype as an isolated, ignorant and apathetic people by giving the revolution... Read more »