Egypt Needs One-Year Moratorium on Street ProtestsSamir Radwan
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- A year ago, it became clear to me that the Arab Spring would not succeed in Egypt unless a deadlock between the Islamists and secularists was broken. That didn’t happen, and now something more is required: a new social contract that includes a moratorium on further protests.
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