The Christian Science Monitor Weekly – February 11, 2013 ISLAM IN POWER
As protests erupt in Egypt again, the questions loom: Can the government of Mohamed Morsi survive – and what do his struggles portend for a region where other Islamist political movements are on the rise? By Dan Murphy with Kristen Chick
INSIDE this week’s Monitor:
- NORTHERN IRELAND – a new kind of ‘troubles’
- U.S. POLITICS – term 2: Obama the liberal
- ON FILM – a study in remorse
- ISRAEL AND SYRIA – a clash without fallout?
- U.S. ECONOMY – maybe a dip; not a slide
- IMMIGRATION REFORM – how it plays in Mexico
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