November 27, 2011

Cairo: Paris of the East?

Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest

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With the accelerating euro crisis in Europe, the geopolitical revolution in Asia and increasing doubts about the Chinese economy, the increasingly misnamed Arab Spring sometimes has to struggle for airtime these days.  But the struggle in Egypt has entered a new phase, one which will test the strength of the various groups struggling to control the country in the wake of President Mubarak’s fall from power.

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TAGGED: Paris, France, CAIRO, Egypt

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