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Egypt and Unrest in the Middle East

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Supporters of President Mubarak clashed with anti-Mubarak protesters in Tahrir Square, Cairo. (AP/Ahmed Ali)

Hour 1

Protests in Cairo turned violent Wednesday when supporters of President Mubarak took to the streets. This hour, we’ll talk about what’s happening in Egypt and what it means for the country’s future.  We’ll also look at the spreading unrest in the Arab world and how the United States should respond.  Our guests are AMANEY JAMAL, Associate Professor of politics Princeton University and ELLEN LUST Associate Professor of Political Science at Yale University.

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