April 9, 2012

If the Exodus Took Place Today

Daniel W. Drezner, Daniel W. Drezner

AP Photo

Your humble blogger is busy going into carbohydrate withdrawal celebrating Passover this week.  I blogged about the international relations implications of this holiday a few years ago -- but that was pre-Arab Spring.  This (and a few glasses of kosher wine) got me to thinking:  what would happen if the event that inspires the Passover holiday -- the Exodus -- were to happen today? 

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TAGGED: Egypt, Jews

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