Egypt: Coup d'Etat Take Two
For the second time in three years, Egyptians have witnessed mass protests, urban military deployments and the deposition of a President. The events of the past few days are similar to those proceeding President Hosni Mubarak's forceful removal from office in 2011 but with one crucial difference; this Coup could bode ill for the very legitimacy of democracy in the country – a point which extends far beyond fears of tense state-military relations in the years to...
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