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The Muslim Brotherhood and Washington: Courtship and Its Discontents

Samuel Tadros

Contrary to early hopes, and instead of giving rise to new, more liberal and democratic forces in Egypt, the Egyptian revolution strengthened and solidified the position of older current….

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