Full Interview: Egyptian professor in Boston weighs in on country's future

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January 29, 2011, 7:27 pm
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(NECN) - As some New Englanders struggle to touch base with with their loves ones in Egypt as protests push the nation into a sate of chaos, NECN'S Kenneth Craig sat down for an interview Saturday with Egyptian, Magid Mazzen.

Mazzen's a Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at Suffolk University.

He weighed in on the political unrest in Egypt, what it means for the country's future, and what's at stake for the United States and its relationship with the nation going forward.

Tags: Boston, protests, Suffolk University, violence, Egypt, Kenneth Craig, Magid Mazzen
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