Seeking to Protect Egypt's Democratic Transition By Dina Guirguis The Hill Although the Muslim Brotherhood is likely to play some role in a post-Mubarak Egyptian government, continued stalemate risks radicalizing other elements and empowering radicals. Washington should seek to encourage and protect a democratic transition sooner than later. More on Democracy and Reform AP Photo The Muslim Brotherhood: On the Record This PolicyWatch collects statements by Muslim Brotherhood leaders on the full gamut of critical issues, from their potential role in a post-Mubarak government to relations with the United States, the Palestinians, and Israel. INTERACTIVE MAP
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Robert Satloff offered an assessment of Washington's response to the crisis in Egypt, as well as concrete policy goals going forward, at an special Policy Forum. Complete audio and video also available.