October 1, 2011

Arab History Resumes

Rami Khouri, Daily Star

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The momentous nature of several events in the Middle East has prompted many observers to focus on a few issues and give them primacy in shaping the transformation of the region. These include the Arab citizen revolts across the region that comprise a veritable new Arab Awakening, the rise in Turkey’s role, and the Palestinian initiative to seek recognition of statehood at the United Nations.

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