January 14, 2012

Lessons Egypt Should Learn From Pakistan

Arif Rafiq, The National Interest

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When Hosni Mubarak resigned from the Egyptian presidency in February, many commentators asked whether Pakistan—an unstable Muslim country outside the Arab Middle East—would go the way of Egypt, experiencing what was then thought to be revolutionary change.

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