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Working together?

Reader comment on item: One Year After Morsi, How Goes Egypt?

Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Jul 7, 2014 at 19:52

Professor, what strengthening can take place were Egypt, the Sudan and Libya to work together more than what is currently the case?

Because, I get the impression that the problems each face are too large for each to handle on their own.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

Their combining forces seems improbably for geographic and historic reasons. But if they did, I do not see many benefits.

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