MICALLEF: The coups may have ended differently, but both are consequential for Middle East stability
Where did Egyptian democracy go wrong?
Morsi never fully absorbed some of democracy’s most basic tenets
The legitimacy conferred by elections is not the root of democracy but the fruit
Its infiltration through civil and military bureaucracies will eventually produce results.
Of the many and varied violent non-state African groups that share some of al Qaeda’s ideological principles and practical goals, two currently stand out.
Troy Media/ – No society without a free market has ever supported a tolerant society governed democratically . . .
CALGARY, AB, Feb. 3, 2011/ Troy Media/ – If good governance is ever to take hold in Egypt, it will have to develop institutions that guarantee genuine Rule of Law . . .