It's been three months since Hosni Mubarak was forced from power in Egypt. In the intervening months, the outside world has struggled to interpret events in Egypt’s domestic politics, while the initial euphoria surrounding the Nile Revolution has been dampened by sporadic outbreaks of ethnic violence. Euromoney Country Risk asked three Middle East experts whether Egypt is capable of making the transition to a multi-party democratic system, and what they consider to be the primary risks.
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