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  • The overthrow of Mr. Mubarak created "an opportunity to develop and define a new relationship where that's no longer the bargain," he said, adding that how Washington conducts itself in response to Mr. Morsi's power grab will have regional consequences.

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  • "The way in which these issues are sorted out now is very important, not just for Egypt but for the region, especially as others look to Egypt as a critical test of the future and possibilities for real democratic institutions to develop in the Arab world," Mr. Danin said.

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