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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Emile Hokayem on Egypt's "Revolutionary Road"

Much is going on in Egypt, little of it encouraging,  and I'm preparing a longer and detailed post, but until I'm finished I wanted to note for you that Emile Hokayem of the International Institute of Strategic Studies' Bahrain office (and a onetime colleague at MEI, not to mention a fellow Georgetown alumnus), is visiting Egypt and offering his assessment of the situation under the general rubric "Revolutionary Road." His first two postings are: "Egypt's Difficult Transition", which begins with the arrest of Alaa Abdel Fattah, and "Fear and Loathing in Cairo." I commend them, and his future postings, to you.

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