In Egypt, the Crisis Continues

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Egypt's interim President hasn't spoken in public since he was installed by the military after it deposed the first elected leader in the Arab world, Former Judge Adli Mansour has proposed a time-table leading to future elections and named some cabinet members. Egypt is divided between religious and secular forces, each of which is divided within, while an uneasy coalition tries to establish credibility and restore order. Will outraged supporters of ousted President Morsi allow another election? Will there be more blood in the streets? Is the Obama Administration protecting America's vital interests? We hear about a dangerous moment for Egypt, democracy and stability in the region.


David Kenner - Foreign Policy magazine - @davidkenner, Mona Eltahawy - syndicated columnist - @monaeltahawy , Robin Wright - contributing writer at The New Yorker magazine, and a joint fellow at U.S. Institute of Peace and the Woodrow Wilson Center - @wrightr, Khaled Elgindy - Brookings Institution - @elgindy_

Warren Olney

Anna Scott, Katie Cooper, Evan George