About this Report
Is the world at a turning point? Peter Mansbridge and our panel of experts discuss how the shock waves from the crisis in Egypt will change the future.
It began with the uprisings in Tunisia followed by massive protests in Egypt - a wave of demonstrations against autocratic governments in the Middle East and North Africa. But what does this mean for the rest of the world? Some analysts claim that because of these events the world is now at a turning point. The National brings together a panel of experts and the questions raised about peace, stability and security may reframe the way you see your world.
Hosted by Peter Mansbridge
Neil Macdonald CBC News' senior Washington correspondent and former Middle East correspondent.
Adel Iskandar An Egyptian-Canadian, Adel's research from Georgetown University focuses on media issues in the Middle East.
Janice Stein Foreign affairs expert and director of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.
Marie-Joelle Zahar Political science professor at The University of Montreal. Marie-Joelle has experienced, first-hand, civil unrest in the Middle East in Lebanon.