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Updated February 5, 2011 - 10:36 PM EST
Obama Backs Suleiman-Led Transition for Egypt
  (Maybe Not) US Envoy Says Mubarak Must Stay
  US Didn't See Egypt (Or Tunisia for That Matter) Coming
  Despite Billions in Funding, US Has Little Influence Over Egypt Military
  Leadership (Except Mubarak) Quits Ruling Party
  Activists Block Tanks From Entering Tahrir Square
  Massive Explosion Hits Natural Gas Terminal in Egypt
  Egypt Succession Talks as Protests Continue
  Exchanging a Dictator for a Torturer
  Egypt's Rural Poor Paid to Attack Opposition Supporters
  Planning the Counter-Revolution
  Hundreds of Thousands Protest in Alexandria
  Muslim Brotherhood Won't Field Presidential Candidate in Elections
  Where Egypt Military's Loyalties Lie Remains Unclear
  Egypt's Fate Lies in a Square
Sen. Rand Paul: End 'Welfare' to Israel
  Gaza Smuggling Tunnels Being Used to Supply Food to Egypt
Iraqi Prime Minister Won't Run for Third Term
  Officials Hint at US Staying in Iraq Past 2011
  State Dept Recruits US Police for Iraq
  Egyptian Protests Inspire Small Demonstrations in Iraq
Senate Clashes Over Long-Term PATRIOT Act
Protests, Calls for Reform Continue in Jordan
Egypt a Wake Up Call for US Empire  by Kevin Zeese
Critical Connections: Egypt, the US, and Israel  by Alison Weir
Guantánamo Death Highlights US Detention Policy  by Glenn Greenwald
Should the US Suspend Egypt's $1.5 Billion Aid Package? What About Cutting Military Aid Altogether?  by John Nichols
The Arab World Is on Fire  by Noam Chomsky
Egypt: Let the Looting Begin!  by Kevin Carson
Egypt's Military-Industrial Complex  by Pratap Chatterjee
What About That Egyptian Anti-Terrorist Law?  by Jacob Hornberger

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