Egypt – one year after Mubarak’s resignation

February 7th, 2012

egypt_mapHosni Mubarak resigned as president of Egypt on February 11, 2011 following demonstrations during the Egyptian revolution known as Arab Spring. The following Boston University professors are available to offer expert analysis, commentary, and insight on the past year and what the future may hold for Egypt:

Farouk El-Baz, research professor & Director of the Center for Remote Sensing, is an expert in Middle East current events. Contact El-Baz at 617-353-9709; farouk@bu.edu

Charles Dunbar, international relations professor and former U.S. ambassador to Yemen. Contact Dunbar at 617-353-5633; cfdunbar@bu.edu

Augustus Richard Norton, international relations professor and Middle East specialist. He is also a member of the Baker-Hamilton Iraq Study Group and author of Hezbollah: A Short History. Contact Norton at 617-353-7808; arn@bu.edu

Joseph Wippl, international relations professor and 30-year CIA veteran. Contact Wippl at 617-353-8992; jwippl@bu.edu

Robert Zelnick, journalism professor and former ABC News foreign correspondent. Contact Zelnick at 617-353-5007; bzelnick@bu.edu

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