Daily Archives: January 25, 2021

When A Continent Rides The Struggle Bus

While I was looking for books on another subject, I noticed that four different accounts of the proceedings of the House Committee on International Relations over the past two decades featured the word struggle in them. All four were connected … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Struggle For Civil Society In Egypt

The Struggle For Civil Society In Egypt, by the U.S. Congress In 2014, in the aftermath of the supposed Arab Spring, the House of Representatives’ Committee on International Relations spent some time talking about the struggle for civil society in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Nigeria’s Struggle With Corruption

Nigeria’s Struggle With Corruption, by the U.S. Congress This is difficult to think of a more hypocritical and self-serving phenomenon than seeing corrupt members of Congress whose public service turns them from upper middle class people to extremely wealthy elites … Continue reading

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Book Review: Algeria’s Struggle Against Terrorism

Algeria’s Struggle Against Terrorism, by the U.S. Congress This book is a short work of about 50 pages that provides the text of a Congressional hearing in 2005 on Algeria and it’s titular struggle against terrorism that resulted from a … Continue reading

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