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A Berlin Wall moment for Egypt?

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Thursday, 10 February 2011 00:00

PT Law's Jason Poblete responds to a question from a leading Washington, DC news organization POLITICO on recent developments in Egypt:

Let’s wait and see if today’s cathartic moment transitions over to a new Egypt that will be a stabilizing influence in the Middle East. What we are seeing today is a potential constitutional crisis in the making that, if not managed correctly, will disappoint millions of Egyptians in the long term. In the process, it could also hurt U.S. and security interests in the region.

To read other comments on the subject, visit the POLITICO's website.

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