Two months after the United States invaded Iraq in 2003, I visited Luxor, Egypt, with a fellow professor, an American teaching in Cairo. On a hot, dusty trail high above the temple of Hatshepsut, site of the 1997 massacre of 58 foreign tourists, we…
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