Following Egypt's revolution that brought down former president Hosni Mubarak a month ago, Egyptians are cautiously optimistic about the movement toward democracy, but sporadic violence continues to hamper the process, reports Jon Jensen, GlobalPost's correspondent in Cairo.

Feb 15

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Early Takes on Egypt’s Revolution

It used to take decades for academics to sort out revolutions. For instance, Crane Brinton's still-revered (if not always correctly read) "Anatomy of a Revolution" was first published 20 years after the Russian Revolution and centuries after the French and…

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