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How the West failed Egypts democracy Jeremy Kinsman

Jeremy Kinsman
Jeremy Kinsman was a long-serving Canadian ambassador and is co-author of the Diplomat’s Handbook for Democracy Development Support to be published in September by CIGI.
The death toll in Egypt’s summer of anger makes you wonder how dumping Hosni Mubarak two years ago could possibly have been worth such a cost.
International surveys repeatedly show that in times of crisis and disruption most people choose peace and security over justice.
Egyptians turfed out Mubarak in a quest for justice. In the process, they lost security. What went wrong? And what now?
Getting rid of a dictator is relatively easy compared to the work of constructing democracy from the ground up.
Democracy is not a short-term process that can be downloaded from outside. It has to rely on behaviour that is built up over time, and where the building blocks are civil society and its habits of give and take.
Egyptians, under successive dictators, had no opportunity to build these vital capacities, and the result of that is what we have been witnessing these past weeks.
The sociologist Saad Eddin Ibrahim is a courageous human rights advocate who was once jailed for speaking out against Mubarak. Looking now at the way in which the revolution he sought has turned into a battle between his fellow countrymen, he asks for patience. “You gave Mubarak 30 years. Give us some time.”
Ibrahim had long criticized the U.S. for coddling Mubarak, part of a frequent tendency of the West to prefer the apparent stability of a useful dictator over basic democratic values.
And now the U.S., whose influence in Egypt is at its lowest ebb ever, is struggling to decide exactly where to throw its considerable support.
Today, power in Egypt has been dispersed to a triad of distinct bases.
One is the faith-based Islamist parties of which the Muslim Brotherhood — long banned from politics in the Mubarak era, but always present as a social service provider — was elected to office in 2012 only to be deposed by protest and the army.
Another grouping comprises the many elements of the “secularist” and democratic opposition that was the spearhead in toppling Mubarak. It is probably equal in aggregate support to the Brotherhood, but has none of its unity of organization and common purpose.
Then there is the army. It presents itself as the guarantor of the nation’s integrity with its self-appointed role as broker between these other two groups. But it also has vast economic interests of its own that it wants to safeguard.
Supporting cast members here include the very tough internal security agencies that are anti-Brotherhood, and the courts, which are largely Mubarak-appointed and which, with ardent support from the network of old-regime business cronies, try to protect the remnants of the former status quo.
Beyond them all are tens of millions of Egyptian poor along with the country’s frustrated urban professionals chafing at the economic disarray.
In reviewing the experience of countries that attempted and (in most cases) succeeded in making the transition from authoritarian societies to democracy in the wave that began with Portugal and Spain in the 1970s and swept through Eastern Europe (after the Communist collapse in 1989), Latin America, and many countries in Africa and Asia, many scholars, including those in the seven-year project I direct under the Community of Democracies, point to the necessity of what’s called “pacting” among the contestants for power.
Normally, the incoming revolutionary order seldom wins a clean sweep, and there needs to be some kind of tacit agreement with the old order not to turn everything completely upside down.
Without such agreement, a country will stagger forward and backward in unresolved, polarized conflict where “democracy and dictatorship live side-by-side,” as St. Petersburg’s Mayor Anatoly Sobchak said about Russia’s problems in the 1990s (which have only become aggravated).
All societies are pluralist. But institutions must be inclusive. That is the most important rule of democracy.
One of the West’s early misplaced emphasis was the belief that generally free and fair elections was what democracy was all about.
In reality, it is what happens after the elections that most determines democratic success or failure. Will winners, who may be an ethnic, tribal, or sectarian majority, include electoral minorities wholeheartedly? Or will they judge them only as political adversaries?
In Egypt’s case, once the Muslim Brotherhood won power, it didn’t seem to have a clue about the need for truly “pacting” with any of the opposition groups, which is why the army toppled them from power.
But it now is making precisely the same mistake.
For decades, the U.S. and most other Western countries got Egypt (and Tunisia, and Libya, etc.,) hopelessly wrong by allowing our desire for allies in the “war on terror” and for the Mideast peace process to override the need to understand what repressed people in those countries wanted for themselves.
Our understanding today falsely aligned our Egyptian hopes with that country’s so-called secularists because our own political system is undeniably secular.
In so doing, we failed to see that virtually all Egyptians possess deep religious faith, their differences being over the degree of pluralism guaranteed by Egypt’s laws and political process.
After Mohammed Morsi was elected president a year ago, the U.S. Embassy in Cairo worked hard to persuade the Obama administration and the U.S. Congress to accept the new regime, while trying to influence the Morsi government to be more tolerant and inclusive. At the same time, these diplomats tried to maintain the neutrality of the Egyptian army, in part by the promise of massive U.S. military aid.
But that delicate balance collapsed. Morsi had no experience with the essential compromises of political life, and couldn’t seem to see that being Egypt’s first-ever democratic winner did not entitle him to call all the shots.
Today, democrats look on aghast as democracy’s laboratory in the Middle East is exploding with an experiment gone fatally awry.
Not only will Egypt now need a generation to heal the wounds it has inflicted on itself, even if it should come to some temporary accommodation, but young Islamists everywhere, having seen democracy denied, will be its enemies from here on.
For them, we, the outside democracies, come across as callow and shallow, flippant with our sound-bite formulas like “the army’s intervention is the least bad solution.”
We blew it by looking on bewildered and sort of bothered when we should have been supporting that initial democracy through a massive plan of economic reconstruction, conditional of course on inclusive governance to see it through.
Is it too late now? The paradox is that while it’s up to Egyptians to succeed or not, the only person in the world who could possibly cajole the competing factions into engaging with each is Obama, who is himself politically burdened by polarization at home.
No one else has the standing to come near. Without a decisive personal intervention from Washington — not to “Americanize” the outcome, but to support reconciliation and inclusivity — democracy will have taken a grievous blow.
Its failure for a great and deserving people will be a cautionary tale for many others for years to come.
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What to Think About Before You Talk to RV Sales Professionals

Heading to an RV sales lot can be exciting once you make the decision to buy this type of vehicle. However, now you have more decisions to make, such as the size of the vehicle you need and the amount you can spend. Get some advice on how to make up your mind so you can feel confident you are making the right choice when it comes to this expense.

You should first think about how much time you plan to spend in the recreational vehicle. This will affect a lot of factors. For example, if you just want to use it occasionally when you go camping or travel out of state for a few weeks, a smaller RV should be fine. It can have a small, basic bathroom and kitchenette with a few areas for sleeping or sitting. But if you plan to live in it full time or for months at a time with one or more family members, you should go for the largest, most fully equipped option on the RV sales lot.

As you choose the size of the vehicle, you should also think about how much room you have to store it. If you plan to travel around the country with it and park it in an RV park, the size might not be a problem. However, if you need to store it on your property most of the year when it is not in use, you should make sure you choose one that will fit in your driveway or in front of your house. Otherwise, you will need to pay to store it elsewhere, which can get expensive if you rarely use it. Just keep this in mind before you make your decision on the size of your new recreational vehicle.

Of course, you also need to think about the price. If you plan to reside in it full time and will no longer have to pay rent or mortgage for a house, you can likely afford to spend more than if you just want to use it when traveling. In most cases, you can still expect the price to be lower than what you would spend on a house. For this reason, you should not be afraid to spend a little extra on the place you plan to call home from now on.

There should be at least one RV sales lot in your city where you can start browsing vehicles. Take some time to do research and check out your options in person. After all, this is an important decision that can be compared to purchasing a house, so you need to put some thought into it.

Off Roading _ Suspension Lift Kits Vs Body Lift Kits

Choosing a lift kit that’s right for you can be overwhelming. With so many options available, it can be difficult to determine which kind of kit to choose. To help narrow down the possibilities, you should begin by determining if a body lift kit or a suspension lift is more appropriate for your application. Both body lifts and suspension lifts are vehicle modifications that either lift the body of the vehicle or the suspension. When most kits are installed, owner’s often purchase taller tires. Some newer 4×4′s and SUV’s come with a moderate lift, however many are nose down. Most lift kits will level out the vehicle.

Suspension Kits

A suspension lift increases the distance between the frame of the vehicle and the ground. This type of lift is accomplished by replacing the shocks and other suspension components. These kits generally improve both ground clearance and vehicle articulation. Suspension lift kits create a greater distance between basic steering components. These changes often require additional components to add length to existing steering mechanisms. Sometimes there is an added cost to correct driveshafts or other items. Competent lift kit suppliers can help you determine what additional parts you might need.

A suspension lift kit is typically more expensive than a body lift, but over time produces better results with height, handling and ground clearance. Suspension lift kits generally come in 2″, 4″, 6″ and 8″. Some owners with show vehicles purchase even higher custom suspension kits.

Body Kits

Body lifts increase the distance between the body of the vehicle and the frame by adding either blocks or spacers. Since the distance between the frame of the vehicle and the ground remains constant with a body lift, these kits do not generally have a big impact on ground clearance. The one exception to this rule is that moving the body a greater distance from the frame does allow for larger tires. Larger tiers can have a positive impact on ground clearance. These kits are generally inexpensive and come in a variety of sizes but are typically between one and three inches.

Depending on the vehicle model and height of the body lift, you may have additional costs to raise the bumpers, extend the gearshift through the floorboard of the vehicle and make other modifications. The body lift does make the vehicle sit higher, but does not alter or improve suspension, or increase travel. Overall, it is usually not considered the lift of choice by offroaders.

Both body lifts and suspension lift kits each have their place. If you are particularly budget sensitive, a body kit may be the best choice for you. Be aware that your budget could be impacted by other requirements like gearshift and bumper modifications. Also be aware the less expensive route will not generally improve your offroad performance. If offroad performance is your objective, spending the additional money to purchase a suspension kit is the best option for you. You will spend a little more up front, but your additional investment will improve both the look and the performance of your vehicle.

Body Language In Photography

As each photograph is a unique expression of the subject, the photographer should be able to capture that uniqueness. To help enable achieve this, the photographer must combine a variety of factors. One of these factors is body language or Non-verbal communication. Non-verbal communication is a powerful concept that is often overlooked.

Body language is defined as bodily mannerisms, postures and facial expressions which are unconsciously communicated by a person. Oxford English Dictionary (2005) defines it as “the conscious and unconscious movements and postures by which attitudes and feelings are communicated.” They are usually expression of their feelings or psychological state of mind. The ability to portray a person in their most natural state is a vital contribution to a perfect portrait and goes together with the appropriate posing techniques.

Body languages are the non-verbal signs or signals that are used largely in our daily lives. They range from our facial expressions to body movements and more often than not convey accurate subtle information than verbal communication. On the average, body languages compose about 65-70 percent of all communication. In photography, non-verbal communication account to 100-percent as there is no actual verbal communication involved between the subject and the viewer. On many occasions, simply by looking at the photos, we form a strong perception about it even before we get know the story behind the picture itself.

A solid understanding of the meaning of non-verbal-communication can enhance or diminish the effects of the pose and the personality conveyed by the subject. It can create the “feel factor” of the photograph. A simple change in body signals can change the over expression of the subject. However, it should be noted that the same non-vernal signal can mean differently depending on the viewer and on the context it was used.

In reading body signal, the first aim is to determine the level of comfort of the subject. The more comfortable the subject is, the more natural the subject will be in expressing body languages. There are a number of ways to determine the level of comfort and can generally be classified as positive or negative. Non-spoken communication signals encompasses a broad range of various inter-dependent factors. Of these factors the most which benefit photography are identified as expressive body language.

A clear understanding of non-verbal communication can be helpful in comprehending ourselves and our subject. It can also aid us in composing and conveying the message we want with our photos. A simple variation in the non-verbal cues can affect the bigger picture therefore it is important to know how the simplest of non-verbal signals can either enhance or diminish the overall effects of the pose made by the subject. Understanding body language requires the interpretation of a number of constant signals to indicate a particular expression. There is no right or wrong answer; it all depends on individual interpretation on the various combinations of body languages used. Non-spoken communication is relevant where verbal communication is not possible and where physical observation is the main mode of expression.


What is an Electric Car and Why are Electric Cars Preferred Over Gas Powered Vehicles

Today electric vehicles have become popular among urban users and the reason for this is these vehicles are noiseless and produce no pollution. Everyday you get to see more news regarding electric cars and how they are being developed which shows that these cars are here to stay. Let us know the basics of these cars, their working and advantages.

So what is an electric car?

It is a vehicle that runs completely with electricity and it has electric motors and controllers instead of an internal combustion engine like in a gas powered car. There are many other important components which keep them working like a charm. It is almost comparable to the gas cars but still under development to meet the power deliverability that gas cars provide but apart from this drawback the electric cars are far ahead in all the features.

Why electric cars are preferred?

Electric cars can be recharged from the household plug in sockets and they are estimated to save a lot more than the gas cars. Today there are many charging stations being built at many places and innovative charging stations that help you charge the batteries wirelessly are also developed and are being used in some places as a prototype with good appreciation from the electric car users. More such innovative ideas with cutting edge technology can make the use of electric cars feasible to common man. Depending on the type of batteries the speed at which they can be charged varies.

The biggest plus point of electric vehicles is that it does not emit any pollutants, thus reducing the carbon footprint and giving back something to the environment. These cars rely on batteries for power so there is no burning of gases and hence no emission. This appeals to most of the environmental friendly people and it is a good match to their persona.

The other advantage of electric cars is that they provide or recover energy whenever you apply brakes. What I mean is that they generate electricity when brakes are applied and stores this energy in the batteries, so this makes them even more efficient in terms of energy conservation.

These electric vehicles can be used along with solar panels to make them even more eco-friendly by generating its own power from the sun and using less electricity generated from power grids. And with just a single recharge these vehicles can last over a large distances without any trouble.

What about safety?

These cars have the same standards like the gas powered cars and they are heavy compared to gas cars. It is proved that heavy vehicles are prone to less injuries again giving these cars advantage over the regular fossil fuel cars.

Drawbacks

As with the advantages there are some drawbacks also, right now the cost of these vehicles are very high and batteries have to be replaced every 3 years. But with growing technology these drawbacks can be easily over come in the near future.

Please Just Say No to Emojis These Apps Corrupt the Ford Sync System

Using emoticons on your smartphone can cause severe problems with the voice-to-text functions of the Ford Sync System. This self-help article reveals ways to correct these problems.

Since late 2012 there were numerous problems with the iPhone 5, iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S as well as the Samsung Galaxy, the HTC Evo and other smartphones having connectivity issues with the Ford Sync system. User forums for these smartphones and for the Sync system have been filled with people which connectivity problems that affected the base model, the MyFord and the MyFord Touch Sync systems. The issue was something was seriously affecting the Sync users accessibility of their phone book contacts with Voice commands. If you pushed the “Voice” icon on your steering wheel and said “Phone” and then “Call + (your contact name)” then your Sync system might reply, “Calling Dot on Cell.”

Some of the issues were a result of smartphone users downloading and using any of the Emoji Apps. The word emoji is Japanese for ideograms, you know, those little emoticons such as smiley faces, “frowny” faces, etc.

The new Apple iOS even allows iPhone 5 users to go to their Settings folder, to the General settings, to the Keyboard tab, and then to the next menu to select “Keyboards.” You can then tap “Add New Keyboard” and add an emoji keyboard. However, this is the kiss of death for your Sync system.

The issue is that the cute emoticons seen on your smartphone screen as a smiley face are, in fact, long strings of programming language which cause Sync’s text-to-voice conversion to go haywire. When given a Voice command to call a contact the system will say “Calling Dot on Cell” and then dial the first contact listed in your phone book.

If this has happened, then review EVERY phone contact and remove any emoticon. Also remove any extraneous exclamation points, periods, commas, dashes and so on that you might have in your phone contact list. Be sure to even check the name of your device! Some overzealous users renamed their phones with smiley faces on the device name. Check to see that everything is cleared again. Then go to your Bluetooth settings and remove Sync from your phone.

If you have an iPhone, do a soft reset. This is done by holding your “Home” button, the large button at the lower center of your front screen, while also holding down the Power button at the top edge of the phone on the right side. Hold these buttons down until the Apple icon appears. Then release the buttons. Let the phone go idle for a few minutes. You can further push the power button, then slide the on-screen button to power down the phone. Leave the phone off for a few minutes. Then push the power button and let the phone power back up.

Then go to your vehicle. Go to your phone settings and delete your phone from the list of Bluetooth devices. Then turn your vehicle off. Open the hood and find the car battery. Loosen and remove the black (negative) battery cable) for about five minutes. Then replace the cable and tighten the clamp. Close the hood and restart the vehicle. Let a few minutes pass before resetting the radio from AM and resetting the clock. Then go to your phone settings and pair your phone back. See this video for instructions on pairing a phone.

Yes, this is a lot to do. This is why you need to really clean Emoji Apps and emoji keyboards from your phone files. Emoticons are cute but they defeat the whole purpose of having a Bluetooth-enabled hands-free communications system. Maybe it’s time to say bye, bye to smiley faces! So sorry!

Class action over unpaid overtime at BMO Nesbitt Burns certified

An Ontario court has certified a class action against BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc. involving unpaid overtime.
Lawyers say the class action covers more than 1,500 current and former investment advisers, associate investment advisers and investment adviser trainees employed by Nesbitt Burns since 2002.
Koskie Minsky LLP and Eli Karp at Merchant Law are representing the plaintiff in the action.
They say Justice Edward Belobaba of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice certified the class action after finding that all three of the employee groups were “excluded from overtime under the Nesbitt overtime policy because they are paid in whole or in part on commission.”
The plaintiff alleges that Nesbitt Burns breached its duties to the class members by systematically and improperly denying overtime to the class.
The allegations have not been proven. However, the certification decision will allow the case to proceed as a class action.
Yegal Rosen, a former investment adviser with Nesbitt Burns from 2002 to 2006, has been appointed as the lead representative plaintiff in the action.
Plaintiff lawyers say that during his time with Nesbitt Burns, Rosen never received overtime compensation even though he worked between 60 and 80 hours a week.
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New Bloggers Face Stiff Tests Getting Traffic

The past few weeks have been an incredible learning curve, as it should be for any newbie who is having a go at starting a blog online, there are many parts to blog marketing, but the most important one is generating traffic to your blog. We all need visitors to our website or blog, without it, it’s just a wasted exercise.

Even before I decided to spend time on my online adventure, I had that niggling feeling in my mind, how on earth was I going to get any traffic to my website. If you have no experience of internet marketing, this is the one thing that can stop you in your tracks, or even put you off from ever getting your online business up and running at all.

The trouble is that, when you research what are the best ways for getting traffic to your website, that’s when it all gets very confusing. Let me explain, there are tons of successful marketers online, they have all managed to get the traffic they needed to do this. Now that’s great, but they all seem to have got their traffic in different ways.

When anyone new comes along, they try to find out how to get this traffic; they are swamped with lots of different ideas and techniques. This gives the newbie marketer a big headache, as they don’t know what method to start first, or how many traffic methods to use. It’s very confusing, but don’t let it put you off.

What I have found out through lots of research, is that, yes there are tons of ways to get traffic to your website or blog, in one way or another they all work, in their own way. However forget about trying to do lots of different traffic methods at the same time, this will only succeed in you being totally frustrated with the whole internet marketing experience.

As a home online business, you are on your own; therefore you only have a limited amount of time to get anything done. If you are like me, you are more than likely to have another job to do, so your time is very limited. The best way forward is to think of your internet marketing as a long term venture, something that you are going to benefit from in your future.

This will then enable you to take a more relaxed approach to getting traffic and building your business. The one traffic generating method that has surprised me, whilst I have been doing my research, is that article marketing is a key theme in getting traffic. Remember it is a long term strategy, it won’t get you traffic overnight. But nothing will, unless you pay for it, and that’s very risky, if you don’t know what you are doing.

From my experience, the experts that I have read about, who appear to be doing well online, all tell you the same thing. Online marketing is a long term business, building your traffic over time, having a routine, and sticking to it, eventually will get you the traffic you need. So be patient.

To your success,

Steve Denness

When Sinkholes Attack From Orlando to Montreal The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti Radio

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The mysterious sinkhole …
About 35 tourists are thankful to have ground to walk on after a giant sinkhole swallowed part of the Summer Bay Resort near Florida’s Disney World a week and a half ago. Sinkholes and hurricanes are common safety threats in Florida. But hurricanes can be seen coming, their paths predicted and alerts issued. Sinkholes often give very little warning.
And it’s not just Florida, Canada has it’s own problems with sudden and hungry shifts in the earth.
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