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Reacting to Egypt’s Crisis

July 12, 2013

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Recent events in Egypt highlight the need for increased attention on the flourishing (floundering?) Arab Spring. For where viable opportunities for democratic governance once flourished, an age old balance between religion and secularism is threatening the fragile democratic processes and institutions of these newly democratic nations. The U.S. can work with the current situation in order to help both our international image, as well as the struggling Arab states.

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Keep Egypt in Our Corner

February 18, 2013

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Recent events in Egypt have undermined the legitimacy and credibility of President Morsi as well as the power of the Muslim Brotherhood to stabilize Egypt. This destabilization began with the passing of the death sentence on 21 individuals involved in the soccer game riot a year ago that left 74 people dead. The ruling has […]

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