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Muhammad Morsi

Egypt: Morsi’s Out in Military Coup

July 3, 2013

Egypt has been in massive social, political, and economic turmoil lately, which has now led to the Egyptian military seizing power, ousting a democratically-elected President while suspending the nation’s constitution until further notice.  Some groups cheer, while others are trying to figure out what to do next.  The situation remains fluid. Ousted Egyptian President Morsi [...]

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Egypt’s Revolution Turns Again

July 1, 2013

The Arab Spring, which is still bloodying the Mideast, continues in Egypt.  In early 2011, the Mubarak regime capitulated to angry crowds (and Washington pressure) with relatively little blood as the military took over to maintain stability.  After initial passions subsided, the military yielded to popular elections, which brought the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood to power, [...]

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