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28 de Enero de 2011

Juan Cole: "Egipto es un régimen pretoriano"


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Cientos de miles de personas han salido hoy a las calles de todo Egipto en el cuarto día de protestas sin precedentes contra los 30 años de gobierno del presidente Hosni Mubarak. Hablamos con Juan Cole, profesor de historia de la Universidad de Michigan. "Los últimos 30 años, el mundo árabe ha visto una serie de regímenes árabes nacionalistas, relativamente seculares, que se han vuelto cada vez más inflexibles", afirma Cole.

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