Investment banker in Cairo, active and involved during the revolution
After Israel, Egypt gets more assistance from the US than any other country.
Oct. 21, 2013from To the Point
This weekend's presidential runoff election in Egypt already presented a polarizing choice between the remnants of ousted President Hosni Mubarak's military regime and the Muslim…
Jun. 14, 2012from Which Way, L.A.?
On the eve of this weekend's presidential run-off election, Egyptian voters are facing what some call a "back-door coup."
Jun. 14, 2012from To the Point
Big Tech is a benefit to the modern world. But unlimited data collection may lead to unlimited power.
May. 2from To the Point
The U.S. government’s attack on the WikiLeaks founder covers up a menacing assault on the First Amendment, argues journalist Bruce Shapiro.
Apr. 26from Scheer Intelligence
It’s invisible in some places, but dirty air kills millions of people all over the world. That’s even true in America, despite the Clean Air Act and California’s Air Resources Board.
Apr. 29from To the Point
Tech workers at Amazon are risking their jobs to combat climate change.
Apr. 18from To the Point
Billionaire Nicolas Berggruen’s plan to revamp democracy and put capital in the hands of the people has one glaring blindspot.
May. 3from Scheer Intelligence
The great majority of Israel’s problems would be solved if the nation were able to establish lasting peace with its neighbors, says journalist and filmmaker Mariam Shahin.
Apr. 19from Scheer Intelligence
Secretary Nielsen resigns, starting a string of departures at DHS
Apr. 12from Left, Right & Center
A special live Left, Right & Center from the Milken Institute Global Conference.
May. 3from Left, Right & Center
Hollywood's triumph in the global culture wars is a serious cause for concern at a time in which conglomerates and uniformity reign, argues French scholar Violaine Roussel.
May. 24from Scheer Intelligence