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The Cairo Review of Global Affairs
A curious image is displayed on a wall outside the American University in Cairo’s Tahrir Square campus. Inconspicuous at first glance, the red and white chess board is more than a game. The pawns are grouped together at one end, and an upside-down king is flanked by bishops, knights, and castles at the other. An apt metaphor, to many revolutionaries, of how a ruler was toppled yet strongmen remained in power.
(2012). Graffiti Nation. The Cairo Review of Global Affairs,
"Graffiti Nation." The Cairo Review of Global Affairs, no. 3, 2012,