Source: United States Institute of Peace
Author(s): Darine El Hage
Since 2011, Egypt has witnessed protests, political turnovers, sporadic violence, and waves of repression. A younger generation of activists energized long-stagnant politics in countrywide demonstrations that ousted President Hosni Mubarak. They were soon pushed aside, however, by an intense rivalry that pitted the military and secular parties against the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist movement banned for decades.
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