FILE - In this Friday, Jan. 28, 2011 file photo, an Egyptian protester shouts in front of anti-riot policemen who blocked a bridge in Cairo, Egypt. More Arabs are politically engaged than ever before, demanding to be heard. They're learning what it means to question everything and everyone after decades under heavy autocracies where discussion, innovation and public participation were discouraged or crushed. This week, as Egyptians prepare to mark on Friday the anniversary of the start of the revolution that swept aside Hosni Mubarak, the issue seems to come up at every panel that even tangentially touches on politics or strategy. (AP Photo/Ahmed Ali, File)

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FILE - In this Friday, Jan. 28, 2011 file photo, an Egyptian protester shouts in front of anti-riot policemen who blocked a bridge in Cairo, Egypt. More Arabs are politically engaged than ever before, demanding to be heard. They're learning what it means to question everything and everyone after decades under heavy autocracies where discussion, innovation and public participation were discouraged or crushed. This week, as Egyptians prepare to mark on Friday the anniversary of the start of the revolution that swept aside Hosni Mubarak, the issue seems to come up at every panel that even tangentially touches on politics or strategy. (AP Photo/Ahmed Ali, File)
FILE - In this Friday, Jan. 28, 2011 file photo, an Egyptian protester shouts in front of anti-riot policemen who blocked a bridge in Cairo, Egypt. More Arabs are politically engaged than ever before, demanding to be heard. They're learning what it means to question everything and everyone after decades under heavy autocracies where discussion, innovation and public participation were discouraged or crushed. This week, as Egyptians prepare to mark on Friday the anniversary of the start of the revolution that swept aside Hosni Mubarak, the issue seems to come up at every panel that even tangentially touches on politics or strategy. (AP Photo/Ahmed Ali, File)
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