Egypt in Turmoil: CFR Analysis by Isobel Coleman

Egypt in Turmoil: CFR Analysis by Isobel Coleman

April 1, 2011 9:56 am (EST)

Egypt in Turmoil: CFR Analysis by Isobel Coleman
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Having just returned from Egypt, the Council on Foreign Relations’ Isobel Coleman sat down with CFR Director of Studies James Lindsay to discuss the recent turmoil in the country.

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