Robert Springborg

Naval Postgraduate School

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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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Hours after the  announcement  that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak had turned over power to the country's military, the party was still going on. But many questions remain.

US, Regional Perspectives on Egypt's Upheaval

Hours after the announcement that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak had turned over power to the country's military, the party was still going on. But many questions remain.

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Yesterday's bloody violence  has been replaced by uneasy calm as tens of thousands of protesters have gathered following Friday prayers.

The 'Day of Departure' in Egypt?

Yesterday's bloody violence has been replaced by uneasy calm as tens of thousands of protesters have gathered following Friday prayers.

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