Jason Brownlee

University of Texas

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Professor of Government and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Texas, and author of Democracy Prevention: The Politics of the US-Egyptian Alliance

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After the worst street violence in 60 years, Egypt's newly elected President is surrounded by tanks, troops and barbed wire.

Egypt Descends into a Deeper Political Crisis

After the worst street violence in 60 years, Egypt's newly elected President is surrounded by tanks, troops and barbed wire.

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