Dissidents in Egypt push for reforms despite harsher treatment from government

In a piece for the Los Angeles Review of Books, Tom Stevenson looks into the lives of Egyptian dissidents under the US-backed dictatorship in Egypt. The report uncovers the extreme intimidation, surveillance, and repression the Egyptian government uses against dissidents, who nonetheless continue to challenge the state despite ever harsher conditions.

[Funding for this project was provided by the Reva and David Logan Foundation.]