By H.A. Hellyer
A Revolution Undone blends research and narrative, charting Egypt's trip from Tahrir to Sisi from the viewpoint of an writer and analyst who lived all of it. H.A. Hellyer brings his first-hand adventure to endure in his overview of Egypt's test with protest and democracy. And through scrutinizing Egyptian society and public opinion, Islamism and Islam, the army and govt, in addition to the West's response to occasions, Hellyer presents a much-needed appraisal of Egypt's destiny prospects.
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A Revolution Undone: Egypt's Road Beyond Revolt by H.A. Hellyer