Egypt forceful reentrance into the global community as a reinvented country, will set the tone of the world in the early twenty-first Century. The new Egypt will bring with it many other changes; while the region will remain somewhat unsettled for sometime.
With autocracy falling in Egypt, whatever type of people’s government follows, will bring with it many other changes. Some of the changes will likely be local, some regional, and some with global implications. The most immediate change is likely to be the annexation of Gaza to Egypt; this makes sense since Gaza is defacto controlled by Egypt, as it is.
A close next step will likely be the disintegration of Jordan, the artificial Monarchy that the British established without any legal, or moral authority. Jordan, with majority of “Palestinians,” who are not accepted by Jordanians as equals, who have no civil rights, and who, in turn, do not like the Jordanians. In the very near future, one could expect Jordan to fall and become the ‘Larger Jordan Republic’ which will be governed in large part by resident Palestinians. The new Jordan is to include some of what is now known as the West Bank, what was to become Palestine, minus some territory that Israel will require for its security.
The general realignment of the Middle East will include most other Arab countries, but for now the prudent thing is to remain focused on the likely effect of the recent Egyptian revolt on what was to be a sovereign [Arab] Palestinian state, something that is likely to be no more!