“Egypt is Free!”: The Post-Mubarak Future
In the News
February 11, 2011
Belfer Center Programs or Projects: Dubai Initiative
Thunderous history in Egypt today. And Hosni Mubarak, this time, is really out. Finished.
After 18 days of unprecedented public outpouring in the streets of Cairo, Egypt’s strongman ruler — and U.S. ally — of 30 years is gone. Wild tears of joy are being shed in Cairo’s Tahrir Square tonight. And around the Arab world, after Tunisia and now Egypt, the crackling sense of a stunning political wave in motion.
Now, the questions. How will Egypt’s military handle its central role? Will Egyptians get the democracy they fought for?
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