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EGYPT MORSI OUSTER
Why Assad Will Win
Author, 'The Italian Divide'
Now, after more than 100,000 dead and hundreds of thousands more uprooted from their homes or taking refuge in Turkey and Jordan, the muddled situation is becoming clearer.
Young Revolt in the Land of Pharaohs
Micah D. Halpern
Columnist; Social and political commentator
Yes, the unrest is about a failed leader and his failed economy, but the revolt is a young peoples' absolute rejection of a leadership that has done nothing to advance young peoples' futures or improve their lives.
Independence Days at the Pentagon and the Pyramids
Director, Middle Eastern Studies, UMass-Amherst
Instead of spending a lot of time arguing over whether Morsi acted any more democratically than the millions seeking to depose him, or whether what the army did was a coup, let's focus on why Egyptians mobilized
, and what they hope to achieve through the military's intervention.
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