Jonathan Guyer is managing editor of The American Prospect. He has written for Foreign Policy, The New Yorker, Harper's, Le Monde diplomatique, and Rolling Stone. A former fellow of Harvard's Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, he is completing a book about political cartoons and comics in the Middle East.
The deposed Egyptian president’s legacy is complicated, and his death cruel. He “always underestimated the animosity of the military,” says the former U.S. ambassador.Jonathan GuyerJun 20, 2019
The elections to the European Parliament halted the rise of the far right but produced more fragmentation—and that’s not good enough.Jonathan GuyerJun 14, 2019
The digital activist Ahmed Mansoor’s hunger strike exposes the UAE’s repression.Jonathan GuyerMay 03, 2019
Trump’s second White House meeting with Egyptian President El-Sisi will encourage a drift toward repression even worse than the Mubarak era.Jonathan GuyerApr 10, 2019
The next administration would do well to revise the long-standing U.S. partnership with Saudi Arabia, and America has substantial leverage to produce change in the kingdom’s behavior.Jonathan GuyerMar 18, 2019