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Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's power grab presents a unique opportunity for the Obama administration to take a firm position on what the United States will tolerate from post-Arab Spring governments, foreign-policy analysts say.
What's happening in Egypt is "a critical test of how Islamist parties behave in power," said Robert M. Danin, a senior fellow for Middle East and Africa studies at the Washington-based Council on Foreign Relations.
With that in mind, Mr. Danin of the Council on Foreign Relations said the Obama administration risks missing an opportunity to redefine Washington's relationship with Cairo, which had been warped and misguided during Mr. Mubarak's reign.