Egyptians rejoiced after Hosni Mubarak stepped down, but who'll lead the nation now?
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak declared Thursday in the wake of increasing pressure that he had transferred all effective powers of the presidency to Vice President Omar Suleiman. However, Mubarak maintained his previous position that he will not step down until his term officially ends in September. Earlier reports had indicated that Mubarak would indeed be […]
Students who protested in front of Tommy Trojan yesterday chanted “Hey, Hey! Ho, Ho! Mubarak has got to go!” Tim McNally, a senior majoring in international relations, said he was rallying for his friends in Cairo. “I am here in support of the Egyptian people and their efforts to overthrow tyranny and realize freedom,” McNally […]
Intimidation of reporters in Egypt impedes the public’s right to access the truth.
Hassan Ghozlan and Richard Sidhom discuss the political issues their country faces.
Students have the capacity to raise their voices and influence a peaceful transition in Egypt.
Remember the summer of 2008, when gas averaged more than $4 a gallon, when the price of a barrel of crude was $145, and when analysts were predicting oil prices to rise even further? Does the recent rise of oil prices above $100 a barrel – and talk of prices climbing further – make you […]
The Obama administration is attempting to balance a number of concerns in crafting its stance on Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen and the increasingly unstable environment in Jordan and Syria.
Around the world protesters are using social media to spread their messages and stage massive rallies.
The uprise against Mubarak’s regime demonstrate a need for a democratic government.