On the tenth anniversary of the Arab revolutions, Ahmad Shokr draws a parallel timeline between Karl Marx's The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon and the recent Egyptian takes on the 2011 revolution.
On the tenth anniversary of the Arab revolutions, Elham Eidarous outlines the new energy and transformations in the post-revolutionary Egyptian landscape, analyzing the diverse interests, positions, and inclinations of the newly-founded parties.
On the tenth anniversary of the Arab revolutions, Yasmene Daher discusses the mythology of revolutionary hope, defining the revolution as a sheer moral will, and highlighting the power of revolutionary truth and reimagined politics.
On the tenth anniversary of the Arab revolutions, Nayla Mansour reflects on the entanglement of history and language, the need at times to "unlearn," and revolutionary potential as rooted only in the here and now.
On the tenth anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, Sarah Rifky reflects on the moment alongside the writings of Hannah Arendt and Reinhart Koselleck, arguing for a rethinking of history as a radical act of remembering, imagining, and becoming.