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‘The Calculus Won’t Change Overnight’

Expert Brian Katulis, consulted by White House, discusses Egypt

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Prominent opposition leader Mohammed ElBaradei yesterday.(Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Next for my series of interviews about Egypt, I talked to Brian Katulis, of the Center for American Progress. This morning, Katulis and several other experts from the think-tank world were summoned to the White House to examine the crisis. Check out my interview here.

Crisis in Cairo [Tablet Magazine]

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‘The Calculus Won’t Change Overnight’

Expert Brian Katulis, consulted by White House, discusses Egypt

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