[Weekly Dunking] 20150521 Native Standpoint – Salah Seoudy talks about Egyptian Revolution


Guan having a conversation with Salah Seoudy, from University of Sussex, who shares his native perspective and first-hand experience, about the 2011 Egyptian Revolution and covered topics from “was it really a revolution”, to the challenge of the term “Arab Spring”, from the formation of a global capitalist class to the “disappointing” current situation, from the implications for the region we call “the Middle East” to the role of Neoliberalism.


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