December 31, 2011

What 2012 Holds for the Mideast

Peter Jones, Globe and Mail

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Making predictions about the Middle East is a black art. A year ago, anyone predicting the demise of regimes in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and Yemen would have been laughed out of the room. Similarly, few would have predicted that the Assad regime in Syria would face its toughest challenge in 2011.

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