The July 2012 Prevention Newsletter features a spotlight on Egypt: Morsi's Victory Brings Challenges New and Old: On June 14, Egypt's transition came to a turning point: Morsi became the first democratically elected President in the history of Egypt.

In this Issue

  • SPOTLIGHT on Egypt: Morsi's Victory Brings Challenges New and Old: On June 14, Egypt's transition came to a turning point: Morsi became the first democratically elected President in the history of Egypt.
  • HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Israel-Palestine Peace Process Remains Stalled
    • U.S.-Pakistan Relations at a Low
    • USIP Discussions with Libyan Dignitaries
    • North Korea and Sanctions
    • Timely and Decisive International Response to Mass Atrocities

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