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Rebuilding Egypt for a democratic future
As Egyptians go to the polls, is sectarianism on the rise in post-Mubarak Egypt?
Last Modified: 03 Dec 2011 15:25

This week saw the start of the election process post-Mubarak Egypt. But the 'big' election will be next year, when Egyptians will vote for a new president.

Sir David Frost is joined by Amr Moussa, the former secretary-general of the Arab League and Egyptian presidential candidate, to discuss the issues behind the Egypt elections, recent events in the Middle East and the ongoing Arab Spring.

From Egypt's presidential election to the US race for the White House: John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the UN, talks about the Republican Party's search for a presidential candidate, Iran's nuclear programme, democracy in Egypt and violence in Syria.

What does the future hold for Israel-Palestine relations?

In part two, Sir David Frost talks to Oscar-winning actor Robin Williams about his latest film, Happy Feet 2, and learns the secrets of his long-standing career.

Amos Oz, Israeli writer and peace activist, discusses what the future holds for Israel-Palestine relations.

And author Anthony Horowitz talks about resurrecting Sherlock Holmes for a 21st century readership.

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Al Jazeera
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