A conversation with the "Facebook Girl" of the Egyptian protests.
Articles By: Matthew Disler
Matthew Disler '16 is the Senior World Editor of the Harvard Political Review. Follow him @matthewdisler.
HPR writers analyze the situation in Egypt following the ouster of Hosni Mubarak in 2011. What comes after protests, constitutional reform, and governmental transition?
"There is no one Mitt Romney that people saw on the campaign" – Stuart Stevens discusses his work with the 2012 campaign
The key to the new honor system is the proposed Honor Board.
HPR writers comment on the pros and cons of the Academic Integrity Committee's proposed honor code.
Today, former basketball star Dennis Rodman returns to North Korea, where he plans to meet up with his number one fan, Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un. The New York Times reports: Mr. Rodman said this trip to see Mr. Kim was all about friendship — and sports. “I’ve come out here to see my friend,” he said. “I want to talk ... Read More
Chile is mired in the same type of protests that have swept the world, in part due to its unusual economic history.
Ten HPR writers discuss their experiences this summer interning, traveling, politicking, going home, and more!
Virginia's Republican nominees for statewide offices this year did not learn the lessons of the 2012 election cycle.
The Muslim Brotherhood faces a unique identity crisis as it struggles to navigate between Islamism and political pragmatism.
The HPR sits down with head writer of "The Onion" Seith Reiss to talk about satire's role in politics, the 2012 election, and controversial pieces.
In the midst of all the media coverage of North Korea, it may seem that there would be little more room for a clash between the press and the Democratic People’s Republic. Yet it was recently revealed that three BBC reporters joined a group of 10 students from the London School of Economics without the government’s permission. John Sweeney and ... Read More