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Egypt After the Election: An Interview with Mona El-Ghobashy and Joshua Stacher

[Election sticker on scooter in Hawamdiya in Giza on 18 June 2012. Image by Sabri Khaled via Flickr.] [Election sticker on scooter in Hawamdiya in Giza on 18 June 2012. Image by Sabri Khaled via Flickr.]

Both fresh off of field research trips to Egypt during the presidential election, political scientists Mona El-Ghobashy (Barnard College) and Joshua Stacher (Kent State University) discuss the state of the political transition on Wisconsin Public Radio's Kathleen Dunn Show. Professors El-Ghobashy and Stacher debate the election results and the prospects for a Mohamed Morsi presidency with SCAF lurking in plain sight. They also discuss the state of the revolution, the judicial system, the role of US foreign policy towards Egypt since Mubarak was ousted in February 2011. Listen in for the latest analysis ...

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