Daniel Kurtzer

Princeton University

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Professor of Middle Eastern Policy Studies at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs; former US Ambassador to Israel and Egypt (1997-2005)

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For the first time in Egyptian history, voters are choosing a national leader, even though a constitution that spells out the powers of the office has yet to be enacted.

Democracy in the Land of the Pharaohs

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