Egypt in Turmoil: Regime Change? Theocracy or Democracy? What will happen next?

TitleEgypt in Turmoil: Regime Change? Theocracy or Democracy? What will happen next?
Publication TypeAudiovisual
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsHerzawi M
Abstract

Dr. Moataz F. Herzawi, 2010-2011 UCIS Visiting Professor in Contemporary International Issues.
In defiance of a military curfew, more than 150,000 protesters packed into Tahrir Square Sunday to call on President Hosni Mubarak to step down. The mood was celebratory and victorious. For most, it was not a question of if, but when, Mubarak would leave. What will happen next for this long standing ally of the U.S. with 80 million people, what are the implications for Egypt's future, and how will this change relations with Israel, Hammas leadership in Gaza, and other countries in the Middle East?

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