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11 de Febrero de 2011

¿Habrá golpe militar para derrocar a Mubarak?


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Para comentar sobre los últimos acontecimientos en Egipto, hablamos con dos personas que han estado siguiendo las noticias de cerca. Samer Saeta, profesor de política árabe en la Universidad de Georgetown y Paul Amar, un profesor de estudios internacionales en la Universidad de California en Santa Bárbara.

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