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Did Egypt’s Revolt Really Succeed?

Saturday, February 12, 2011 3:10
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Guest: Prof Paul E. Amar  11th Feb, 2011


Even as Egyptians celebrate in the streets, many outside the country are wondering: how deep run this revolution? Can it be reversed?

The answers lie in understanding the social, political and the economic factors driving the uprising – as outlined by our guest Professor Paul E. Amar, of the Global & International Studies Program, at University of California, Santa Barbara –who specializes in international security studies, political sociology, global ethnography, and gender/race/postcolonial theory.

Recent Articles by Prof. Amar on http://www.jadaliyya.com


- Why Mubarak Is Out
- Why Egypt’s Progressives Win

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