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Mohamed Baraka’s fifth novel is a fascinating take on a perennial interest: the experience of the foreigner who finds himself in the West

Enayat El-Zayat’s first and only novel, recently republished, was set in 1950, preserving a snapshot of the early development of feminist thought in the Arab world

The story begins with the murder of Ismail, the leader of an intelligence unit in a safe house where the members live together in a military camp- like environment.

The writer throughout the novel uses the flash forward and flashback techniques when the three main characters speak about themselves and the situations they come across


The poorest classes in the society have very little influence on the economic policies that affect their lives


Egyptian writer Hamed Abdel-Samad explores philosophical themes in his second novel 'Bastet's Last Trip'



In his latest book, historian Emad Abu Ghazi examines the Ottoman occupation, in a bid to settle the debate between the labels 'occupation' and 'conquest'


April's issue of Democracy covers a wide range of issues concerning the health and challenges to democracy, in the West but by extension globally


Speaking as his first solo exhibition in Cairo takes place, the Swedish artist reminisces about today's world and how history continues to repeat itself

The writer chose two parallel time lines to express his views and re-write a true history from his point of view backed up by historical events narration, journalistic reports and extracts from politicians’ memoirs

The art exhibition's title, 'Veni, Vidi, Amavi,' is a play on Julius Caesar's famous Latin phrase

It all started with an invitation to interview Libya's strongman, Muammar Gaddafi

The book is a collection of interviews with more than 30 Arab authors

The Cairo International Film Festival hosted an audience discussion with the star, moderated by Nina Roth

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