Quantum Political Science: Learning About Politics from Egypt
Lisa Anderson reviews Mona EL-Ghobashy’s Bread and Freedom: Egypt’s Revolutionary Situation. Anderson draws on her experience as a political scientist and president of the American University in Cairo during the Arab Spring to assess El-Ghobashy’s subtle and provocative characterization of the events of the period, drawing broader conclusions about the practice of political science under conditions of uncertainty.
The Paradox of American Power: Why the World's Only Superpower Can't Go it Alone, Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Reviewed by Lisa Anderson
Libya and the United States: Two Centuries of Strife, Ronald Bruce St. John Reviewed by Lisa Anderson
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