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Two pieces of thoughtful journalism that bear re-reading are The Economist's 14-page special report on Egypt, written by Mr Rodenbeck and published over the summer, and our earlier special report on the Arab world, by Peter David (July 2009). And do revisit Adam Shatz's insightful reportage, “Mubarak's Last Breath“, published in the London Review of Books in May 2010.