Tunisia, Egypt: Who’s next?

The unrest in Egypt is far from over, but opinion-makers are already predicting what happens next. The spirit of revolt in the Arab world, which began with the Tunisian riots, may yet bring about the end of the Mubarak regime in Egypt and has also moved into Yemen. If a “domino effect” follows, like the one that ended Communist rule in Europe in 1989, which country could face a popular uprising next?

Commentators make predictions on the likelihood of regime change in Yemen, Syria,  Sudan, Algeria, Jordan, Libya, China, Morocco, and Pakistan.

About Jim Jewell

I am a writer and consultant on faith and public life, active for many years in management and communications in the evangelical community, and more recently assisting other nonprofits and corporations. Everything on this blog is my personal opinion.
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