Condoleezza Rice: The Future of a Democratic Egypt

Condoleezza Rice: The Future of a Democratic Egypt – ‘…Democratic governments, including our closest allies, do not always agree with us. Yet they share our most fundamental belief – that people must be governed by consent. It is as true today as it was when I said in 2005 that the fear of free choices can no longer justify the denial of liberty. We have only one choice: to trust that in the long arc of history those shared beliefs will matter more than the immediate disruptions that lie ahead and that, ultimately, our interests and ideals will be well served.’

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