Assistant Professor, Middle East Political Economy, at the University of Oregon. Currently writing on the Egyptian revolution and the Syrian crisis.
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Tag Archives: labour
Q&A: Egypt labour remain thorn in the side of autocrats, despite lethargy Since Morsi’s ouster, the labour movement has been regressing, but since this past May it’s been on the rise. What is the Egyptian labour movement’s position with regard … Continue reading
LabourStart – Palestine.
Labor activist wades into the deep state In 2007, renowned trade unionist and opposition figure Kamal Abu Eita led thousands of workers on strikes and sit-ins outside the Cabinet.