How Concerned Should U.S. Be With Unrest In Egypt?

Guests

Hannah Allam, Cairo bureau chief, McClatchy Newspapers
Daniel Kurtzer, former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt and Israel
Tamir Moustafa, associate professor, Simon Fraser University

Calls for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to step down have increased. The Egyptian army is patrolling the streets, and American tourists are being evacuated. Those watching the events in Egypt are trying to understand what the the unrest might mean for political stability in the region.

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