Behind the Morsi Coup; Get Out the Word on Sabahi

By: Sunday July 7, 2013 9:00 am

Egyptian President Morsi pulled off one of the worst first year tenures as head of government. He lost domestic support, caving to IMF demands to reduce bread and fuel subsidies to Egypt’s abysmally poor, though he campaigned on the opposite.
That was not the reason for the military intervention.

Why the Anti-Morsi Protesters Are Right

By: Sunday December 9, 2012 7:00 pm

The stakes are high, and can be encapsulated in this predicament: Will Egypt complete the transition from Mubarak’s authoritarian regime to a consolidated democracy or will it eventually — soon — produce another authoritarian regime, this one dominated by the Muslim Brotherhood, its allies and the military?

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