February 3, 2013

Egypt's Failing Revolution

Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa Citizen

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As Egypt descended into violence this past week you can’t help but ask: What happened to the revolution? Surely the young men and women who toppled Hosni Mubarak's dictatorial regime didn’t intend to replace him with the authoritarian regime of Mohammed Morsi.

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