After weeks of protests—and only hours after his refusal to leave—Mubarak has stepped down as president of Egypt. But will the state turn the power to the people—or return to the austere military authoritarianism of decades past? Ellis Goldberg reports from Cairo.
Now that the United States is no longer the leader of the global economy, does any nation have the political and economic leverage to replace it? Economists Ian Bremmer and Nouriel Roubini predict a ‘G-Zero World,’ a much-discussed idea at this year’s World Economic Forum.