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Ursula Lindsey: Egypt Between Order and Chaos

“Those with power act with impunity, appropriating for themselves the country’s resources behind closed doors. Ordinary Egyptians are forced to skirt the law just to get things done, making them complicit and vulnerable; if they actually challenge the status quo, they face overwhelming state violence.”

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