Shifting Sands by
The Unravelling of the Old Order in the Middle East

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These essays echo conversations I’ve had in cafes and homes across the region. For all the inevitable pessimism, given the horrors of repression, religious bigotry and civil war, flashes of the inspiring optimism seen back in those inspirational days of early 2011 still break through the gloom.
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List of contributors: James Barr - Avi Shlaim - Salim Tamari - Ramita Navai - Dawn Chatty - Robin Yassin-Kassab - Malu Halasa - Marilyn Booth - Mai Al-Nakib - Selma Dabbagh - Tamim Al Barghouti - Justin Marozzi - Alev Scott-Khaled FahmyRaja Shehadeh is Palestine's leading writer. He is also a lawyer and the founder of the pioneering Palestinian human rights organisation Al-Haq. Shehadeh is the author of several acclaimed books including Strangers in the House and Occupation Diaries and winner of the 2008 Orwell Prize for Palestinian Walks (all Profile). He lives in Ramallah in Palestine.Penny Johnson is an academic at Birzeit University in Ramallah and has published articles and edited a number of important books on Palestine.
 
Published August 6, 2015 by Profile Books Ltd.
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Reviewed by Ian Birrell on Aug 23 2015

These essays echo conversations I’ve had in cafes and homes across the region. For all the inevitable pessimism, given the horrors of repression, religious bigotry and civil war, flashes of the inspiring optimism seen back in those inspirational days of early 2011 still break through the gloom.

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