Egypt's Arab Spring is a process, not an event
In retrospect it appears Egypt's January 2011 revolution caused a tilt toward Islamism and the June 2013 revolution has made a correction toward secular liberalism. This new opening could give the secular forces the strength to adopt a liberal position that does not exclude groups on the basis of religion.
The term "revolutionary coup" was coined by the American political scientist Samuel Huntington in the 1960s. He used it to describe a coup by army officers who carry out a series of deep political, economic and social reforms that eventually lead to a revolution. A good example would be the regime of Gamal Abdel Nasser, which rose to power in a military coup in July 1952 and brought about a revolution...
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