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Featured Briefing January 31, 2011
Egypt's Need for Presidential Change
The United States should be quietly pressing for President Mubarak to step aside and allow for a transfer of authority in Egypt--either a constitutional reform process or a caretaker government, says CFR President Richard N. Haass.
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