David Kenner

Foreign Policy magazine

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Associate Editor at Foreign Policy Magazine, based in Cairo, Egypt

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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…

In Egypt, the Crisis Continues

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…

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NOTE: This discussion was recorded while events in Egypt were developing — and just before President Morsi's ouster from office.

Egypt at a Crossroads…Once Again

NOTE: This discussion was recorded while events in Egypt were developing — and just before President Morsi's ouster from office.

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