Egypt’s Showdown Could Have Profound Regional Implications
By Walid Khadduri
Egyptian demonstrators are back in Tahrir Square, protesting against President Muhammad Mursi’s edict granting himself absolute powers, including immunity from judicial review, as well as the hasty drafting of a theocratic constitution by the Islamist-dominated Constitutional Assembly. These two acts have heightened the conflict between Egyptian Islamists and a broad...
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