March 23, 2011

At Last, Arabs Seize the Moment

Rami Khouri, Daily Star

AP Photo

In the past 10 days I have been in Beirut, Damascus, Doha, and now Amman, and in a few days I will be in Abu Dhabi then Dubai. This hectic travel schedule has provided useful opportunities to gauge popular and elite sentiments on the ground during this historic moment of almost revolutionary change in the Arab world.

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TAGGED: Libya, Middle East, Arab

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