July 3, 2012
Should the U.S. Cut Off Egypt's Military?
Shadi Hamid, The Atlantic
The White House can, and should, prepare itself by demonstrating the courage of its convictions. To be sure, this would be risky at a time when nationalism and xenophobia are on the rise in the Arab world. The alternative, however, would likely be worse: to risk being perceived as condoning, underwriting, or outright supporting Egypt's aging autocrats against democratically elected institutions.
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