An Unfinished Revolution

Hamid, Shadi
June 2011
Georgetown Journal of International Affairs;Summer/Fall2011, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p70
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the Egyptian revolution, which concluded when Egyptian military forced President Hosni Mubarak to step down from his position. It is mentioned that after this remarkable turn of events, the Egyptian regime was simultaneously thought to be both more ruthless and more unified. The impressive economic growth is discussed and it is stated that after the growth, the regime had the support of a powerful emerging business elite and had U.S. as it's primary benefactor, but none of this was enough.


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