Egypt’s predictable tragedy

more instability, attacks to come

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Abstract

Conflict and political radicalization are the lifeblood of a regime unable to wean itself off the exploitation of its own people.

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Keywords

  • Middle East
  • Egypt
  • terrorism
  • autocracy
  • foreign policy
  • EU

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Egypt’s predictable tragedy : more instability, attacks to come. / Teti, Andrea.

In: openDemocracy, 30.11.2017.

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