With Robert Springborg, Clare Lopez, Andy McCarthy, Lee Stranahan
ROBERT SPRINGBORG, professor of Naval Affairs at the Naval Graduate School, analyzes the Egyptian military, General al-Sisi and his relationship with Morsi, as well as Muslim brotherhood and Islamist influence/status within the Egyptian military.
CLARE LOPEZ, of the Center for Security Policy, takes a look at the events unfolding in Egypt today in relation to democracy and to American foreign policy. Specifically she looks at the influence that the Muslim Brotherhood and other radical Islamist groups wield in Egypt, the Middle East and in the United States.
ANDY MCCARTHY, of the National Review Online, breaks down the continuing role that radical Islam has in the Arab Spring and democracy in the Middle East as well as where he feels Egypt will move to in the aftermath of Morsi’s ouster and the extreme violence that is currently shaking the country at its core.
LEE STRANAHAN, of Breitbart News, examines Guardian reporter Greenwald’s involvement with Edward Snowden and the NSA leaks. Lee also examines Snowden’s remarks that this was a planned operation and Snowden’s search for asylum.