Yesterday we heard from Michael about the polarization in Egypt, as well as an explanation of the Morsi government’s terminal flaws. In this video, Hanna surveys how the country has changed since the fall of Mubarak, including the expanding political consciousness within Egyptian society:

Michael Wahid Hanna is a Senior Fellow at The Century Foundation, where he works on issues of international security, international law, and US foreign policy in the broader Middle East and South Asia. He appears regularly on NPR, BBC, and al-Jazeera. Additionally, his Twitter feed is a must-read for anyone interested in Egyptian politics. Our full coverage of the current events in Egypt is here. Our Ask Anything archive is here.