Roula Khalaf

Financial Times

Guest

Middle East Editor for the Financial Times

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After the so-called "Arab Spring" led to the downfall of Hosni Mubarak, Egypt lived through months of military dictatorship until voters chose Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood…

Will Democracy Turn to Chaos in Egypt?

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