Egypt update – March 3, 2011

New prime minister but many demands made during uprising remain on the to-be-done list, such as reforming the cabinet, rewriting the constitution, free elections, and fulfilling the demands made by workers.

Updates – North Africa, Middle East, U.S.A.

Status regarding Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Jemen, Bahrain, Jordan, and uprising of the U.S. corporate right wing against labor unions middle class living conditions and attack on the schools.

Egypt – perspectives on Feb. 21, 2011

Details of the situation in Egypt on Feb. 21, including legal status of ex ministers, the position of the military on some issues, economic growth favoring only Mubarak’s clique and strikes in the public sector.

Egypt – background on Vice President Suleiman

Vice President of Egypt, a torturer?

Egypt – Vested Interests Preventing Real Change

this post offers supplementary information to the LSW Egypt- uprising 2011 page. While Mubarak’s exit from office would be welcomed by millions, any real change would require struggles against those with vested interests in the status quo in Egypt. Vested interests would of course include the U.S. military contractors mentioned in LSW Egypt – uprising, […]

Egypt – Feb. 4 – NY Times report on Obama/USA behind the scenes machinations

Behind the scenes machinations by international actors hovering over Egypt, including somewhat revealing Blair comments and Obama mixing in to the fray.

Egypt Feb. 4 – Israel Creates Theater

Israeli comments, so to speak, on the uprising in Egypt. Including appropriate lyrics from Husker Du’s ‘Apologize’.

Egypt Jan. 31, 2011

Juan Cole on the state of play in eqypt Jan. 31, 2011.