Oren Kessler is deputy director for research at Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
Piety—not just power—remains a driving force in the region.
Though quiet, Egypt also fears the Iran nuclear deal.
Sisi sounds the right notes on pluralism, but penalties for “insulting” a faith are enforced only for the majority creed.
Life under Mubarak was no garden party, but Egyptians arguably have more to protest against today.
Tensions in Egypt are running high. As the temperature goes up, they could get worse.
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