Noam Chomsky: Egypt – Revolution or Military Coup?

Egypt Violence

Image by Mohamed Azazy via Flickr

Dandelion Salad

with Noam Chomsky

MIT ESA on Oct 8, 2013

This event took place on October 4th, 2013 in Kresge Auditorium, MIT, Cambridge.

Egypt has undergone many cycles of change since the revolution in January 2011, and making sense of these radical transformations in the heart of the Middle East has been challenging. We had the privilege of discussing the past, present and future of Egypt’s political landscape with Prof. Chomsky.

[Prof. Chomsky begins at 7 minutes into the video.]


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One response to “Noam Chomsky: Egypt – Revolution or Military Coup?

  1. Pingback: Noam Chomsky and Michel Gondry: Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy? | Dandelion Salad

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