Four years after Mubarak's ouster, the question remains as to what went wrong. What path they should have taken, if any, to avoid ending up at the point where they (and Egypt) are now?
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Perhaps the radicalism of the Egyptian Revolution is not that it could have happened, it's that it did. And we can see that something is different now, despite everything three years on.
By Charles M. Sennott, GlobalPost
One year into Egypt's unfinished revolution, fateful questions loom here in the most populous nation in the...
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