December 5, 2012

U.S.-Egypt Alliance Now Depends on Morsi

Washington Post, Washington Post

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Mr. Morsi was due to visit Washington on Dec. 17; fortunately, the two governments agreed to postpone the trip until after Mr. Obama’s second inauguration. That will provide more time to judge whether Mr. Morsi is leading his country toward democracy, and whether he will seek compromise with the opposition. If he does not, the hope-inspiring partnership Mr. Haddad spoke of cannot be possible.

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