Book Review
Amira Elghawaby | Reading Revolution 2.0 against the backdrop of the current unrest in Egypt, one can't help but feel nostalgic.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | What if the problem is elections, not democracy -- because elections aren't all there is to democracy. That may be hard to absorb, since we tend to equate them.
News
Tahrir Square. (Photo: Hossam el-Hamalawy / flickr)
Nahla Abdo | A year after the uprising that toppled Ben Ali, Tunisia's government is controlled by forces that are not only neo-liberal but quite conservative and even reactionary.
Blog
Maha Zimmo | Dictator says: Invocation of 'Allied' language is the fastest way to scare some and subjugate others.
Blog
Fred Wilson | Partly on the cusp of democratic struggles and partly with its back to the wall, labour is in the streets in a way that we have not seen for some time.
Podcast
Redeye
Sean Mullen | The Canadian government is saying very little about mass popular rebellions in Egypt and Tunisia. Redeye finds out more from Yves Engler, author of The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | If we want to pinpoint responsibility for the lack of democracy in the Middle East, we might stop trying to find defects in the Arab soul and start looking in the mirror.
Blog
Judy Rebick | Only a few years later, the very elements that I describe in Transforming Power have erupted in a people's revolution across the Middle East, first in Iran then Tunisia and now Egypt.
News
Mordecai Briemberg | In the backdrop of the spreading unrest in the Middle East, the Israeli government is showing its anti-democratic tendencies that move beyond their treatment of Palestinians to the wider Arab world.
Podcast
Mordecai Briemberg | Of all the North African states ruled by dictators, Tunisia collapsed first. Redeye explores what led to the rebellion and what could happen next with Samer Shehata.
Blog
John Bonnar | A few hundred gathered in Dundas Square on Saturday afternoon in Toronto for a rally to support the anti-government uprising in Egypt and Tunisia.
RabbleTV
the real news network | Tunisians reject "national unity government" and demand more profound change.