Regions / Egypt
Recently back from Egypt, Code Pink's Medea Benjamin talks about the reception of Americans in Tahrir Square, the future of revolution in the region, and how the U.S. government should react.
The disillusionment which fueled the 1990s civil war in Algeria simmers beneath the surface because little has changed.
Should the United States keep its distance from developments in Egypt?
The United States is losing patience with Egyptian government.
The CIA-orchestrated coup that ousted democratically elected Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadeq is ingrained in the collective consciousness of the Middle East.
Israel watches as one Arab ally after another begins its death spasms.
Can a TV show change the way Americans look at Muslims?
How will the pro-democracy movement respond if the military subverts the revolution?
In part, Egyptians were protesting against President Mubarak's form of Islam.
The Egyptian revolution was no "black swan" -- if Washington were schooled in the latest thinking, it would have anticipated it sooner.