Arnon Grunberg



David E. Sanger in Thursday's Times on secrecy and Mr. Sisi:

"After more than two decades of traveling with American presidents and chief diplomats — on visits to places that have included some of the world’s most repressive nations — I am used to watching leaders disappear behind closed doors. But not even being allowed to see the doors close sets something of a new standard."

Read the article here.

Compared to Mr. Sisi Mr. Mubarak was a poster boy for transparency.

Mr. Sisi is the prize we pay for stability, at least that's the doctrine of realpolitik.

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