NPR Special Coverage: Egypt Faces Uncertain Future

NPR Special Coverage: Egypt Faces Uncertain Future


Egyptians calling for the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak continued to flood Cairo’s Tahrir Square Thursday. Guests provide an update from the crowded square, and discuss what a possible Mubarak resignation could mean for Egypt and its neighbors. Guests Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson, foreign correspondent, NPR Loren Jenkins, senior foreign editor, NPR Emad Shahin, professor, University of Notre Dame Aaron David Miller, author, The Much Too Promised Land Rachel Martin, national security correspondent, NPR Shibley Telhami, professor, University of Maryland Michele Dunne, senior associate, Carnegie Endowment for World Peace Hannah Allam, Cairo bureau chief, McClatchy Newspapers Deborah Amos, foreign correspondent, NPR Tamir Moustafa, professor, Simon Fraser University Egyptians calling for the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak continued to flood Cairo’s Tahrir Square Thursday. Guests provide an update from the crowded square, and discuss what a possible Mubarak resignation could mean for Egypt and its neighbors.

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Egypt’s ongoing protests and political unrest
Charlie Rose Coverage from Cairo/ Emad Shahin & Aly Alaa

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