Tarek Masoud

Tarek Masoud is an associate professor of public policy at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Foreigners
July 4 2013 12:42 PMEgypt’s Reluctant RulersThe country’s generals didn’t want to oust Morsi. They just want someone who can keep Egypt stable—and guarantee their perks and privileges.
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Sept. 14 2012 5:18 PMIs This the Clash of Civilizations?Maybe. But only because the United States is the only one willing to act like an adult.
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Dec. 4 2012 1:48 PMWill Egypt’s Liberals Ever Win?They can, but they must forget Shariah and focus on painting Egypt’s Islamist president as just another Mubarak.
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July 2 2012 5:51 PMProvocateur and ChiefEgypt’s new president has some strange ideas and is a bit unpredictable. But one thing we shouldn’t do? Underestimate him.
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