"Visionary leaders sometimes emerge during moments of crisis and transition," says. "But just as often, it is ordinary men and women who find themselves in the midst of historical events."
"It was easy to dismiss Morsi then, and it will be easy to dismiss him now, as a footnote in history...but it was the freest, in relative terms, that Egypt had been since its independence in 1952," writes in
"Visionary leaders sometimes emerge during moments of crisis and transition," says. "But just as often, it is ordinary men and women who find themselves in the midst of historical events."
My new essay in : 'The Tragedy of Mohamed Morsi'
My new essay in on the tragedy of Mohamed Morsi: "That year may have witnessed unprecedented polarization, fear, and uncertainty, but for that time Egypt was the freest, in relative terms, that it had been since its independence in 1952"
"Egypt ... was trying to become a democracy, albeit a flawed one. And Morsi himself, also deeply flawed, was a product of that brief experiment. To remember Morsi, then, is to remember what was lost." Read on the tragedy of Mohamed Morsi
Good piece by ⁦⁩. Sad situation, to say the least Mohamed Morsi and the End of Egyptian Democracy - The Atlantic