The buzz culture, flame war breeders and hot topic cookers alike have replaced one Middle Eastern catastrophe with another. Beneath the disorganized hodgepodge in Libya, there is the increasingly vulnerable state of Egypt. Though our TVs no longer blare the cacophony of Mubarak protests or mention the social media’s marvels that sparked revolutionary change in Egypt, [...]
Populated by just one million people, Bahrain has done an impressive job for such a small state of catching the world’s attention. Bahrain, of course, is packing disproportionate heat – it is a banking hub, produces a significant amount of oil, and is another one of the dominoes in the series of Arab states whose citizens [...]
A is a junior political science major. She grew up in Egypt before moving to the United States, and she wanted to share her thoughts on the recent events in the Middle East.
E: First off, there’s obviously been a lot of news coming out of Egypt. How do you personally feel about Mubarak’s resignation?