Can There Be Shared Power In Egypt? The victory of the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate in Egypt's presidential election has Mideast analyst Aaron David Miller reflecting on that country's revolution last year. For two decades, he advised six secretaries of state on U.S. policy toward the Middle East. Morning Edition's Steve Inskeep asked Miller if the shift in Egyptian politics resulted in any real change.
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Can There Be Shared Power In Egypt?

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Can There Be Shared Power In Egypt?

Can There Be Shared Power In Egypt?

Can There Be Shared Power In Egypt?

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"The election of muslim brotherhood presidential candidate Mohammed Morsi is another step in the balance of power counter-revolutionary process that many wrongly characterized as a revolution eighteen months ago.