We haven’t addressed what’s going on in the Middle East but it portends some really significant changes. First, Iran experienced a rebellion, then Tunisia collapsed into chaos. Now Egypt is experiencing a similar upheaval, and it looks as though Jordan is going through the same process. Much of this disruption is from a process that has been building over decades. What does it mean?
Will it continue throughout the rest of the region and what effect will it have, in particular, on Israel? What does it mean for the rest of the world? What should the American response be?
- Will Egypt’s unrest spread? (cnn.com)
- “Egypt, Tunisia, North Africa, and the Middle East: What does this all mean?” and related posts (rochesterturning.com)
- -Middle East Crisis Continues: Now Jordan Under Pressure (answersforthefaith.com)
- The domino effect of Arab unrest (cnn.com)
- Egypt Revolt: Is a Dam Breaking? (www.businessinsider.com)
- Turmoil in Egypt (danielpipes.org)
- Egypt Turmoil Threatens the Global Recovery (curiouscapitalist.blogs.time.com)
- The forces unleashed in Egypt can’t be turned back | Seumas Milne (guardian.co.uk)
- “Do Tunisia and Egypt mark the beginning of a new chapter for Obama in the Middle East?” and related posts (rothkopf.foreignpolicy.com)
- Egyptian revolution: watch this space (liberalconspiracy.org)
- “Tunisia, Egypt: What Fuels Middle East Repression” and related posts (greenprophet.com)