Regions / Egypt
Egypt has a rich tradition of humanitarianism.
Microcredit begets loan sharking which begat Tahrir Square.
Organizing protests and institutionalizing their gains require two different skill sets.
The question now is what happens next.
Constrained from war by the Camp David accord, the Egyptian army lords it over the economy instead.
The protests in Egypt will produce a democracy, not a theocracy.
A lack of qualms about torture once helped recommend new Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman to the CIA.
Washington's idea of stability will only sow more instability.
The Multitude at work.
The feminine face of fury has been on display in the public protests in Egypt.