Jonathan Guyer

Cairo Review of Global Affairs

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Senior editor of the Cairo Review of Global Affairs, he also blogs at Oum Cartoon where he translates political cartoons and illustrations from the Egyptian press

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At West Point today,  President Obama told graduating cadets  he would betray his duty to them if he sent them into harm's way just because military action was "the only way for…

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