Posted Tuesday, February 15, 2011
After eighteen days of protests and unrest in the streets of Cairo and throughout Egypt, the people there changed not only their government, but the landscape of leadership across the Middle East. The authoritarian rule of Hosni Mubarak has ended. But what will take its place? How will that affect the rest of the Arab world. How will it affect us? We'll be joined by a panel of guests from Northeast Ohio to talk about the revolution in Egypt and we'd love your thoughts, Tuesday at 9 on the Sound of Ideas.
Betsy Sullivan, Columnist, The Plain Dealer
Zeinab Abul-Magd, Assistant Professor of History, Oberlin College
Dr. Amir Soas, Associate Professor of Security & Near East Studies, Tiffin University
Joshua Stacher, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Kent State University
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