Dr. Tawfik Hamid is Chair for the Study of Islamic Radicalism at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies. In a piece written for Voice of America's Middle East Voices blog, he analyzes the elections that vaulted Mohamed Morsi to the presidency in Egypt. Dr. Hamid writes that to win the runoff election against Ahmed Shafiq, Morsi needed to attract millions of voters from outside Islamist political circles. The fact that he did so, Dr. Hamid writes, "will make it more difficult for Islamists to push the country towards becoming an Islamic state and it will probably force Morsi to include more secularists in his cabinet." Click here to read the article in full.