Frederick Deknatel

Frederick Deknatel is the managing editor of World Politics Review. His writing has appeared in The Nation, Foreign Policy, The New Republic, and other publications.


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2050 or Bust

Cairo is a city often captured by stereotype: its unruly traffic, pollution, slums, decay, and general chaos, framed as an insult to the Pharaohs....


Letter From Cairo

Because riot police aimed their firearms at protesters’ faces, over 80 Egyptians lost one of their eyes....

Letter From Cairo
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