Thursday, 28 June 2012 | A Public Affair
On Thursday July 28th, Allen Ruff interviewed Stanford Professor of History and Middle East History Joel Beinin about the recent elections in Egypt.
Professor Beinin outlined the implications of the Muslim Brotherhood victory and the extent to which Egypt’s military generals will cede power. Mohammed Morsi’s win in Egypt’s first free presidential election marks a great step on the tricky path to democracy.
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