The Road Ahead

March 2011
World Today;Mar2011, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p11
The article looks at Suez, Egypt, focusing on how the removal of former president Hosni Mubarak will affect the economic and political aspects of the industrialized city. The author comments on how the presence of military forces in Suez has a stabilizing effect which may be damaged in the absence of military control. The concerns of Israel over how the overthrowing of Mubarak may affect other Arab countries are discussed.


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