How will the upheaval in Egypt affect democracy in the Arab world?
Egypt is in a state of turmoil after president Mohamed Morsi was overthrown by the country's military this week. While many Egyptians celebrated his ousting, others, including much of the Western media, have condemned the move. Our columnist Rick Salutin re-examines the meaning of democracy in light of these events, vocalizing his disagreement with "gloomy assessments of this week's turn of events," and arguing that "democracy isn't a classic script that actors must memorize and never deviate from. It's more like improv, shifting and reconstituting."
How do you think the upheaval in Egypt will affect democracy in the Arab world?