Mubarak Resigns: What's next?

February 11, 2011

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Many shed tears of joy and relief in Cairo's Tahrir Square when they learned of President Hosni Mubarak's resignation.

For the latest analysis on Mubarak’s resignation and what’s next for Egypt, we’ll hear from Diane Singerman, a political science professor at American University and editor of the book, Cairo Contested: Governance, Urban Space and Global Modernity. Also, we’ll talk to Emad Shahin, professor of religion, conflict and peace-building at the University of Notre Dame, who’s in Cairo. And for another perspective from Cairo, we’ll speak with Alia Saleh, a mother of two who lives near Tahrir Square. She’s been watching the events unfold from her window.