In the press

Tahrir back to Square One

Egypt dominates the world's headlines - as the media weigh in on what's really behind the latest violence in Tahrir Square, and what activists should do to recapture their revolution.


The Guardian invites a series of Egyptian panellists to discuss the current unrest - and some say the army is deliberately stirring this up so as to take control later.

The Atlantic sets out the argument against postponing elections - while the Arabist puts the case for a civilian transitional government, now.

The Huffington Post has what other media aren't saying about the super committee failure - such as whether the Occupy movement put the Democrats off making concessions.

And feminist site Jezebel looks at a challenge set to ad agencies - how to get Indian and Chinese parents to want daughters.

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