The downfall of the dictator Hosni Mubarak has changed history, not only in Egypt, but across the region and the world. The masses of Egyptian people proved they were stronger than the violence of Mubarak's police state--and they have given inspiration to a wave of revolt sweeping the Arab world. Now Egypt's revolution faces new questions about assuring its victories so far--and how to win further change. Here, SocialistWorker.org collects our top features about Egypt and the revolution in the Middle East.
International Socialist Review editor Ahmed Shawki's reports to SocialistWorker.org from Cairo are an amazing document of the ebb and flow of Egypt's uprising against Mubarak from day to day--the story of a revolution in the making.