President Mohamed Morsi
Photo by Wilson Dias of Agencia Brasil
There is a lot to learn from the quick rise and fall of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. There is a lot to learn about leadership, and there is a lot to learn about foreign relations. Unfortunately, most of the lessons are negative ones, but they are important not only for America’s future role in the Middle East, should it continue to have one, but also for us to learn about how not to carry out duties as priests and kings. We are learning to be leaders, after all, and that might mean influencing individuals or large groups of people.
I have posted an article on Helium about “Egypt crisis: A look at rise and rapid fall of Mohamed Morsy“.