Debunking the Myth of the Arab World
Tahrir Square, which is also known locally as "Martyr Square," in Cairo, Egypt. Defining the 'Arab World' is not quite as easy as one would imagine.
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The "Arab World" has existed as a phrase and conceptual tool for centuries, but its contemporary use in Western media essentially fits within the same theoretical framework that famous cultural theorist Edward Said called "Orientalism." This idea refers to the military, political and cultural domination exercised by European empires over societies of the Middle East and North Africa. ...
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