How a newly formed Egyptian government may affect an inter-Palestinian political rivalry.
Mubarak steps down! #Jan25 For The Win!!! UPDATE: Official reaction from Ban Ki Moon.
UPDATE: Very fast moving events in Egypt today. Hosni Mubarak said that, in fact, he will not step down. Nothing much has changed since the previous announcement that he will not run for re-election in September. The crowds in Tahrir square appear very displeased.
In the West African country Gabon, protesters have taken to the streets and the government is suppressing the revolt. Sound familiar? Yet there is little to no coverage of these events. Why?
In hotel bars and restaurants across Juba, near-constant coverage by Al Jazeera English of the fast-moving events in Egypt over the past two weeks has inspired conversation among southerners about the possible ripple effect of the impassioned uprisings.
What rising wheat prices mean for stability in Egypt.
Rising food prices, secession movements, and diminished profit from oil exports does not a stable government make.
Despite the Egyptian governments best efforts at co-opting the protest movement, the crowd in Tahrir square is as big as it has been since the #jan25 protest began. Bonus: a new hop hop anthem for the global #Jan25 movement.
No one knows how a new or reformed Egyptian government will approach Israel or its border with Gaza. For now, the long suffering residents of Gaza are poised to endure even further hardship as this uncertainty looms.