Less than a year after the revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian army is once again clashing with demonstrators in Tahrir Square. The army’s effort to control the post-revolutionary process have clearly misfired. But is it a cock-up or a conspiracy? It seems to be a bit of both – a cocked-up conspiracy. Read more
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