Omar Rezda

investment banker

Guest

Investment banker in Cairo, Egypt

Omar Rezda on KCRW

Three years after the Arab Spring uprising in Egypt's Tahrir Square, it seems a long cold winter has returned.

The New Egypt? Same as the Old?

Three years after the Arab Spring uprising in Egypt's Tahrir Square, it seems a long cold winter has returned.

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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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