Democracy doesn’t happen overnight. Two years after the Arab Spring, is Egypt experiencing ‘birth pains’, or will it all spiral out of control? Jonathan Langley investigates.

It all started so hopefully. Christians, Muslims and secular Egyptians gathered in Tahrir Square in a popular movement to oust a brutal dictator and fight...

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