John Keane | Democracy in Egypt
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Democracy in Egypt

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The Egyptian revolution came not from the intellectual elite or opposition parties, but via Facebook and the Twitterverse, from the young men and women of Egypt fed up with autocratic, geriatric rule. Nor are they interested in a theocracy. Does this mean we’ve seen the end of an era which began with the Iranian Islamic Revolution of 1979? What will take its place? And amid all of this, how does the traditional western model of democracy stand up?

An interview with John Keane by Phillip Adams

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