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The chance for change in the Arab World: Egypt's uprising
H A Hellyer, November 2011
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As the largest Arab country, Egypt has always played a crucial role in the politics of the Arab world; however, the internal political dynamics of Egypt have until the January 2011 uprising hardly attracted a glance from international observers. This article gives an overview of the political arena and the various political forces at play in post-Mubarak Egypt.
Project: Egypt in Transition

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