As Egypt Announces New Measures, U.S. Considers Influence
Clip: 07/31/2013 | 7m 12s
The Egyptian interim government may take violent measures to combat protest. Is this move reminiscent of the Egyptian government's repressive history? How should the Obama administration respond? Judy Woodruff gets analysis from Michelle Dunne of the Atlantic Council and Samer Shehata from the University of Oklahoma.
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