January 17, 2013

Still More Reasons to Worry About Egypt

Jerusalem Post, Jerusalem Post

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The more things change the more they stay the same, regardless of the gross misperceptions and mesmerized wishful thinking in Western Europe and America. Politicians with axes to grind, academicians and opinion-molders appear to believe that democracy can be instantly conjured.

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