by Patrick Appel

Andrew Exum provides a non-comprehensive list of knowledgeable people on Egypt "whose opinions matter and whose analysis might actually be informed by study and experience." His picks:

Issandr el-Amrani, Arabist.net@arabist

Elijah Zarwan, Crisis Group

Michael Wahid Hanna, The Century Foundation, @mwhanna1

Marc Lynch, GWU/CNAS/FP.com@abuaardvark

Steven Cook, CFR

Samir Shehata, Georgetown

Josh Stacher, Kent State

Amil Khan, Abu Muqawama, @Londonstani

Max Rodenbeck, The Economist

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