Speaking to the Project on Middle East Political Science, Carnegie’s Nathan Brown said that Egypt’s recently seated new parliament is set to become another example of the political dysfunction that has plagued the country, and the region, for years. Looking closely at Egypt and more broadly at the region, Marc Lynch and Nathan Brown discussed the root causes of the Arab Spring, the aftermath of the uprisings, and the political future of the Middle East.

This podcast originally appeared at the Project on Middle East Political Science.