Lights! Cameras! Revolution!
When Egypt rose up two years ago to end the 30-year rule of Hosni Mubarak, it's people – and the world – were full of hope for a brighter, more democratic future. But that revolution was short-lived, and the people had to rise again. As Egypt prepares to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its victories against Israel in the Yom Kippur war, we ask: is Egypt back to where it started, only worse? Can revolutions bring about real change, or do they only usher in decades of struggle and stagnation? To debate these issues, Oksana is joined by celebrated Egyptian actor and activist, Amr Waked.