Browsing All posts tagged under »Mubarak«

Allies and Enemies/Martin Rosenfeld

February 6, 2011


Max Fisher wrote a piece for the Atlantic Monthly website entitled “What if Mubarak Holds On?”. Mr. Fisher concludes that there might well be a shift in Egyptian policy in such an eventuality that is less benign and loyal to past foreign alliances. This would be due to the fact that the United States unwittingly […]

The U.S., Mubarak, and Divorce Mediation/Martin Rosenfeld

February 1, 2011


News Item: US declares Pres. Mobarak must remove the state of emergency rule. News Item: This rule was imposed in 1981. Sometimes we learn of the harm made by decisions we have made, only years later. We do not know the future and hence we are often shielded from reality, until it finally hits. It […]