When the Nile floods the Potomac || U.S. struggles to cope with the crisis in Egypt
The uncertainty and immobility of the international community with respect to Egypt's political breakdown has left the United States with no good options in a country that is a major ally in the Middle East.
All smiles and dressed in a fine suit, ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi welcomed the EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton earlier this week. “Morsi seemed in good health”, Ashton reported, speaking as if she were a...
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