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Whither Egypt

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Submitted by Rick Jones (Czech Republic), Feb 1, 2011 at 16:19

This is one of the best analyses that I have seen on the events in Egypt. The author briefly describes from an analytical point of view the governing paradigm that is present in the Middle East in order that the reader can obtain an overall view. Secondly, he clears the fog away from what has happened in Tunisia and presents a probable scenario of what will happen in Egypt.

It is too bad that we are not seeing more clarity from those so called genuises in the mainstream media in regards to the events that our playing out in Egypt.

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