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Adel Iskandar speaks about Egypt's unfinished revolution

Author of the already much-praised book Egypt in Flux: Essays on an Unfinished Revolution (AUC Press, 2013), Adel Iskandar, a media professor Georgetown University and a frequent commentator on BBC, Al-Jazeera, and CNN, in this interview shares his prognostic about the plausible scenarios that could unfold in Egypt on June 30, and reflects on the country's sectarian violence, the need for a "third political tier," the current demographic profile of the Muslim Brotherhood constituency, and finally the nature of the coexistence between the military and the ruling Islamic group.

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