Analysis Turmoil in Tahrir After Egyptian Army's Ultimatum, What Can Be Done in 48 Hours?

After Mubarak's ouster, secular protesters and the Muslim Brotherhood saw the army takeover as an appropriate temporary measure; this time - the two sides are deeply divided.

The enthusiasm with which the protesters in Egypt embraced the army's statement might seem one sided. Both sides have 48 hours to "meet the demands of the people," or, Morsi must resign or the army will take power. Still, the wording of...