Emanuelle Degli Esposti is the editor and founder of The Arab Review, an online journal covering arts and culture in the Arab world. She also works as a freelance journalist specialising in the politics of the Middle East.

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The Staggers
24 June 2011
The Arabic word intifada -- literally meaning "to shake off" but usually translated as "uprising"...
Business
24 June 2011
Thursday's agreement by European leaders to give Greece another 120bn euros (£105bn) of support has buoyed regional...
The Staggers
22 June 2011
In a bizarre pandering to Egypt's social media users, the ruling military has posted a Facebook poll to gauge the...
The Staggers
21 June 2011
Facebook was arguably a major player in the popular Egyptian uprising that led to the collapse of Hosni Mubarak's...
Business
21 June 2011
Strike vote
Business
20 June 2011
Government plans to make women wait longer for their state pension will be debated by MPs later today.The proposed...
Business
17 June 2011
Hopes of a quick resolution to Greece's latest financial problems pulled European markets back after a fall of 1 per...
The Staggers
16 June 2011
The government announced today that it will be conducting an overhaul of the nation's primary schools by transforming...
World Affairs
16 June 2011
Historical beginnings632 -- Muhammad dies, sparking the ongoing controversy about his rightful successor, or caliph....
The Staggers
13 June 2011
The tide turns
The Staggers
13 June 2011
On Monday evening last week, Tom MacMaster, a 40-year-old Middle East activist studying for a masters at Edinburgh...
The Staggers
10 June 2011
At first, it seemed like a straightforward -- if disheartening -- case of yet another internet activist paying the...
The Staggers
10 June 2011
To herald the news that Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, guest edited this week's New Statesman magazine, The...
Media
09 June 2011
Going viral
The Staggers
07 June 2011
Imagine you are a young woman walking through the streets of your home town with a friend on a balmy summer evening,...

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