Reuters/Amr Abdallah Dalsh - Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi take part in a protest against the military and interior ministry in the southern suburb of Maadi, on the outskirts of Cairo November 1, 2013.
BIG BETS & BLACK SWANS - MEMORANDUM TO THE PRESIDENT
January 23, 2014, Daniel L. Byman and Tamara Cofman Wittes
By repressing the Muslim Brotherhood, the Egyptian current leaders risk radicalizing the group and further destabilizing Egypt and the wider region. Daniel Byman and Tamara Wittes argue the Obama administration should engage with peaceful Islamists, push Egypt to allow Brotherhood supporters to participate in legitimate political activity, cooperate with Egypt on legitimate terrorism threats and expand counter-radicalization efforts there. Read More ›
January 7, 2014, Shadi Hamid and Peter Mandaville
December 6, 2013, Elizabeth Dickinson
June 9, 2013
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