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Stillborn Democracy in Egypt?
July 26, 2013 | By Prof. Scott Alexander
The very fact that the Egyptian military has deposed the first democratically elected president of Egypt is the strongest single piece of evidence that the government of Mohammed Morsi was that country's best hope for the initial stages of the country's transition to viable democracy and the rule of law. It is as axiomatic in the Arab world as it is elsewhere, that there is no greater enemy to democracy and a strong civil society than a military which can depose an elected civilian government with impunity. Indeed, it was this characteristic More.....
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