About Giuseppe Acconcia

Giuseppe Acconcia, an Italian journalist and researcher, has an MA in Middle Eastern Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and a dissertation on the role of the military in politics in Egypt, Syria and Iraq. He is the author of The Egyptian Spring (Infinito, 2012).

Articles by Giuseppe Acconcia

This week's guest editors

Egypt’s new interim government is not a leftist coalition

A historian of the Middle East from Stanford University discusses Egypt’s new interim government and the labour movement. 

A year of democratic farce

Samir Amin, Egyptian philosopher and economist, director of the Third World Forum in Dakar, talks about the last year in Egypt with the Brotherhood in power, interviewed by Giuseppe Acconcia.

Syrian rebels’ faults are surfacing

Roger Owen, professor of Middle East history at Harvard University talks about Syrian rebels’ narratives and current US strategies. Interview. 

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