William Dobson

Slate.com

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Politics and Foreign Affairs Editor for Slate.com and author of The Dictator's Learning Curve: Inside the Global Battle for Democracy; former Managing Editor at Foreign Policy magazine

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President Obama is accused of standing by as Egypt's generals deposed an elected government and killed almost 1000 opponents both in the streets and in custody.

Is President Obama Too 'Passive' in Foreign Affairs?

President Obama is accused of standing by as Egypt's generals deposed an elected government and killed almost 1000 opponents both in the streets and in custody.

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