January 20, 2014

Freedom the Biggest Loser in Egypt

Amir Taheri, New York Post

The Associated Press

It’s too soon to say if they jumped from the frying pan into the fire. What is certain is that the military is determined to roll back the Arab Spring and restore its hold on power. This will be the main theme of Egyptian politics for the rest of the year.

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