Pro-Morsi university students and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood occupy Tahrir Square for the first time since the removal of President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo (REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh).
Governing Egypt: A Contest to See Who Can Do a Worse Job
December 2, 2013,
Since the Jan. 25, 2011 uprising, Egypt’s revolution has not been about a binary opposition between Islamists and secularists, but rather, it has been about those in power, whether Islamist or anti-Islamist, trying to control the public space by empowering the security apparatus against non-violent dissent. H.A. Hellyer discusses the growing tensions in Egypt that have risen in light of the new protest legislation introduced last week.