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Brothers in Arms

It was a photo-op that horrified some and heartened others, Yes, Mohamed Morsi had his summit with Ahmadinejad. You can imagine the reaction in the halls of power in Europe and the United States; and you can also imagine the effect it had on the Egyptians, who generally don't care much for Iran or the Iranian president. 

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Take note dictators! As we point out in chapter 10 of our book, when you reach out to regional powers in an effort to make a splash on the international scene, make sure that it makes sense internally. Aligning yourself with neighboring countries should help you, not cause your own people to grumble, particularly in a country that has only recently experienced 'regime change' when its streets grew restless. 
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