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Egypt and the Arab Spring

On June 30, 2013, over 20 million Egyptians broke out in protest against their elected government and their leader, President Mohamed Morsi. A mere four days later, on July 3, the Egyptian military forcefully removed Morsi, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, from power. This incident sparked immediate debate and speculation as to what had actually occurred in Egypt, as well as its potential impact on both national and international levels. Does this event count as a coup d'état or a revolution? How do the two differ? What will happen to Egypt and Egyptian government, and how does this affect other Middle Eastern nations, the United States, and Europe?

Introduction
On June 30, 2013, over 20 million Egyptians broke out in protest against their elected government and their leader, President Mohamed ...

US Walks Tightrope in Wake of Egypt Coup
The coup d’etat against the elected government of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on July 3, 2013, has placed the administration of ...

Egyptian Coup Splits Middle East
Arab Spring rages in Egypt, exposing conflicting interests at play...

Disarming Egypt's Militarized State
Egypt’s crisis has been called the worst in its history. In fact, it bears a striking resemblance to a previous episode, almost 60 years ago....

Egyptians Dispute the Meaning of Democracy
The events of June 30 have split Egyptians into two categories. For those in the first, what happened that day was an army-supported ...

Why Egypt Matters
Democracy does not stop with elections, argues Sallama Shaker, a former Egyptian ambassador and former assistant minister of foreign ...

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