Rasha Abdulla

American University in Cairo

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Associate Professor and former Chair of the Journalism and Mass Communication Department at American University in Cairo

Rasha Abdulla on KCRW

The United States has cancelled a bi-annual joint military exercise with Egypt in light of yesterday's deadly crackdown by Egypt's interim government on protesters and the new State of…

Obama Condemns Egypt Violence as Death Toll Climbs

The United States has cancelled a bi-annual joint military exercise with Egypt in light of yesterday's deadly crackdown by Egypt's interim government on protesters and the new State of…

from To the Point

This week The United States and the world watch with caution as unrest and deadly riots pop up throughout the Arab World. We speak, perhaps overly broadly, about the Arab street.

Is the Arab Spring Falling Back?

This week The United States and the world watch with caution as unrest and deadly riots pop up throughout the Arab World. We speak, perhaps overly broadly, about the Arab street.

from Which Way, L.A.?

This week The United States and the world watch with caution as unrest and deadly riots pop up throughout the Arab World. We speak, perhaps overly broadly, about the Arab street.

Is the Arab Spring Falling Back?

This week The United States and the world watch with caution as unrest and deadly riots pop up throughout the Arab World. We speak, perhaps overly broadly, about the Arab street.

from To the Point

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