Daily Egypt and Tunisia links 09/18/2012

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

A note for any confused readers: I use Diigo, a social bookmarking tool, to collect and annotate interesting and useful items I find online, both for my research and for teaching purposes. Since I am teaching two courses on different aspects of the Middle East and North Africa at the moment, the pace of my bookmarking has picked up. I thought it might be of interest to readers of this blog to see some of what I’m reading about Egypt and Tunisia, so asked Diigo to automatically post a few bookmarks. I would welcome feedback on whether this of interest or use.


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