Today marks the anniversary of the start of the Egyptian revolution; what began as a campaign of non-violent civil resistance ended eighteen days later with the ousting of President Hosni Mubarak.
One year after the protests began, is the revolution yet unfinished? Will Egypt become like Afghanistan, a haven for the worst of Sunni Islam? Domestically, have the events in Egypt altered Americans’ views on foreign intervention? The Enterprise Blog asked a number of our scholars to weigh in:
Danielle Pletka: Happy birthday, Egypt… maybe.
Michael Rubin: Reflections on a chilly Egyptian spring.
Michael Rubin: Prepare for Egypt as an enemy.
Andrew Rugg: Americans’ foreign policy views after the protests.
Paul Wolfowitz: Uncertainty of the “Arab Awakening”.