Three scenarios for Egyptian end game

As the Egyptian political crisis grows more violent and uncertain, analysts have begun to turn to historical parallels for answers. Will an Islamist movement or a new strong man -- or both -- emerge to seize control, in an eerie repeat of the 1979 Iranian revolution? Or will Egypt's secular tradition and powerful military allow for a messy transition to democracy, as happened in Indonesia in 1998? Or will it be something in between, such as the initial ... Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Ellie Kesselman - Feb 3, 2011 - 4:30 PM PST
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by Ellie Kesselman - Feb. 3, 2011

This was excellent analysis of three possible scenarios. It was original and gave enough context that I could understand without having any prior knowledge of some of the events.

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