January 3, 2013

Egypt's New Year Resolution

Ahmed Zewail, New York Times

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EGYPT is in turmoil, and many so-called experts have concluded that religion is the cause. It is not.

The source of turmoil is the gap between expectations of speedy change by those who made the people’s revolution two years ago and the slow process of building an entirely new society.

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