I’ve previously posted The Best Multimedia Celebrating Mubarak’s Downfall and The Best Sites For Learning About The Protests In Egypt.
It’s obviously not clear if there will be a further “domino” effect, but there are several accessible resources that suggest — if there is — who might fall next.
Here are my choices for The Best Resources To See Who Might Fall Next After Mubarak…:
Here’s a very useful article from MSNBC titled “Mideast nations brace for Egypt spillover.” It gives a good overview of what might happen next.
Regional Upheaval is an impressive interactive timeline from The Wall Street Journal.
Arab world on the brink: an interactive guide is an interactive from The Guardian.
Why The Arab World Is Seething is a graphic from the NY Times.
Now See The 11 Countries At Risk Of Becoming The Next Egypt is from Business Insider.
Domino effect? is from The Washington Post.
Mid-East: Will there be a domino effect? is from the BBC.
Video: Mubarak’s ouster reverberates across Middle East comes from MSNBC.
The Effect of Egypt’s Mubarak Stepping Down is a video from ABC News.
Arab youth: the tipping point is an interactive from The Guardian.
Continuing Unrest In The Middle East is a slideshow from The Wall Street Journal.
Unrest Spreads Across the Middle East is a New York Times slideshow.
Anti-government protests spread through Middle East is a Washington Post slideshow.
The domino effect: Africa and Middle East unrest after uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt is a slideshow from The Telegraph.
Tempers Flare Across The Middle East is a TIME Magazine slideshow.
Protests Build in Bahrain is a New York Times slideshow.
Middle East in turmoil is an interactive from The Washington Post.
Protests In Libya, Iran and Bahrain is a slideshow from The Washington Post.
Snapshots of a Volatile Region is an excellent graphic from The New York Times.
Crackdown in Pearl Square is a slideshow from The NY Times.
Unrest in the Middle East and North Africa — country by country come from CNN.
Middle East protests: Country by country is from the BBC.
Protests flare across the Middle East is a series of photos from the Sacramento Bee.
Upraising In The Middle East is a regularly updated Wall Street Journal interactive.
Deadly Attacks Against Protesters in Bahrain is a series of photos from The Atlantic.
Arab and Middle East revolt – an interactive map comes from The Guardian.
U.S. relations in Mideast, North Africa is a CNN interactive.
Mideast Mosaic is an interactive from The Wall Street Journal.
Political Unrest in North Africa and the Middle East is from The New York Times.
CNN has a number of videos about what’s going on in Libya.
The Basics: Understanding the Upheaval in the Middle East is a lesson plan from The New York Times Learning Network.
Arab Uprising is an interactive from The Associated Press.
Libya Uprising is an Associated Press interactive.
Libya: Unrest and uncertainty is from The Big Picture.
On War: Revolution in the Middle East and Northern Africa is from The Denver Post.
Middle East Turmoil is from The Wall Street Journal.
Timeline: Recent Middle East unrest is a very good interactive from MSNBC.
How wrong we were: Five surprising lessons from the Middle East upheaval is from The Boston Globe.
Unrest in the Middle East and Africa is another interactive map from CNN.
This interesting infographic is titled Index of potential unrest.
Ripe For Revolt? Who Might Fall is another good infographic.
Tension In The Arab World is an infographic I learned about through Fast Company.
Map: Tracking events in Libya is an interactive from The Washington Post.
Uprising In The Middle East, North Africa is a regularly updated interactive from The Associated Press.
Youth movement is a Washington Post interactive on demographics in different Arab countries.
The Path To Protest is a very cool-looking and informative interactive timeline from the Guardian.
An animated map of protests in the Middle East as they spread from country to country comes from Slate.
The spark that ignited a revolution in the Arab world is a very good slideshow from The Washington Post.
Yemen Unrest is an interactive from The Associated Press.
World Democracies is another AP interactive.
Arab and Middle East revolt – an interactive map is from The Guardian.
Will the Arab Spring spread south? is an interactive from The Guardian.
Crisis In Yemen is series of photos from The Atlantic.
The Hand Art of Yemen’s Protesters is a TIME Magazine slideshow
Additional suggestions are welcome.
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