Nathan J. Brown

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First reported Jun 18 2014 - Updated Jun 18 2014 - 1 reports

Kidnapping of West Bank Teens Points To Worse To Come

After Peace Talks Collapse, Both Sides Will Use ForceSearching: Israeli soldiers from a special army unit take part in a search operation for three Israeli teenagers believed kidnapped by Palestinian militants, on June 17, 2014 in the West Bank town of ... [Published Forward - Jun 18 2014]
First reported Apr 29 2014 - Updated Apr 29 2014 - 1 reports

Another Staggering Death Sentence

Egyptian judge Saed Youssef, who infamously sentenced 529 people to death last month for their alleged roles in the death of one police officer, outdid himself yesterday when he condemned another 682 defendants, including Muslim Brotherhood Supreme ... [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Apr 29 2014]
First reported Apr 28 2014 - Updated Apr 29 2014 - 3 reports

Egypt’s Courts Mock Justice With More Mass Death Sentences

Egyptians will go to the polls at the end of May to elect a president, but Monday brought a flurry of reminders that democracy is about more than what happens at the ballot box. The courts that are supposed to provide a check on executive power were ... [Published TIME.com - Apr 28 2014]
First reported Mar 01 2014 - Updated Mar 01 2014 - 1 reports

What Killed Egyptian Democracy?

Mohammad Fadel in the Boston Review, with responses from Ellis Goldberg, Nathan J. Brown, Akbar Ganji, Micheline Ishay, Andrew F. March and Anne Norton: Although the masses in Tahrir Square appeared unified on the day Mubarak fell, three broad ... [Published 3quarksdaily - Mar 01 2014]
First reported Feb 05 2014 - Updated Feb 05 2014 - 1 reports

How Democratic Development Drives Five Rising Countries

China’s rise as an economic powerhouse has fueled a growing debate about the relationship between economic growth and regime type. The performance of rising democracies like Turkey, however, has gotten short shrift. Research has shown that the longer ... [Published Brookings: Latest From Brookings - Feb 05 2014]

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Another Staggering Death Sentence [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Apr 29 2014]
Egyptian judge Saed Youssef, who infamously sentenced 529 people to death last month for their alleged roles in the death of one police officer, outdid himself yesterday when he condemned another 682 defendants, including Muslim Brotherhood Supreme ...
Egypt’s Courts Mock Justice With More Mass Deat... [Published TIME.com - Apr 28 2014]
Egyptians will go to the polls at the end of May to elect a president, but Monday brought a flurry of reminders that democracy is about more than what happens at the ballot box. The courts that are supposed to provide a check on executive power were ...
Egypt’s Courts Mock Justice With More Mass Deat... [Published The China Blog - Apr 28 2014]
Egyptians will go to the polls at the end of May to elect a president, but Monday brought a flurry of reminders that democracy is about more than what happens at the ballot box. The courts that are supposed to provide a check on executive power were ...
Egypt’s Courts Mock Justice With More Mass Deat... [Published The Middle East Blog - TIME.com - Apr 28 2014]
Egyptians will go to the polls at the end of May to elect a president, but Monday brought a flurry of reminders that democracy is about more than what happens at the ballot box. The courts that are supposed to provide a check on executive power were ...
What Killed Egyptian Democracy? [Published 3quarksdaily - Mar 01 2014]
Mohammad Fadel in the Boston Review, with responses from Ellis Goldberg, Nathan J. Brown, Akbar Ganji, Micheline Ishay, Andrew F. March and Anne Norton: Although the masses in Tahrir Square appeared unified on the day Mubarak fell, three broad ...
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