Wednesday, 02 February 2011 13:56
Poll: Rate Obama's Performance In Mubarak-Egypt Crises
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How would you rate President Barack Obama in dealing with possibly his first major foreign policy crises, the Egyptian-Hosni Mubarak, meltdown?

Is he pressuring Mubarak too much or too little? 

President Obama has told Mubarak that a transition to representative government "must begin now."  Without telling the Egyptian President to step down, he appears to be taking a much more forceful stand as international pressure has increased and as the rebellion has become more bloody.  Take the poll on this page and talk about this issue on our forum, below.

Discuss: How is President Obama doing in this Mubarak-Egypt international crises?  Do you agree or disagree with the President’s actions?  

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