For the latest analysis on Mubarak’s resignation and what’s next for Egypt, we’ll hear from Diane Singerman, a political science professor at American University and editor of the book, Cairo Contested: Governance, Urban Space and Global Modernity. Also, we’ll talk to Emad Shahin, professor of religion, conflict and peace-building at the University of Notre Dame, who’s in Cairo. And for another perspective from Cairo, we’ll speak with Alia Saleh, a mother of two who lives near Tahrir Square. She’s been watching the events unfold from her window.
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