January 20, 2012

The Arab Spring's Balance Sheet

Wadah Khanfar, Project Syndicate

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Last year's events in Egypt and Tunisia drew the curtain on a tottering old order and delivered much of the Arab world into a long-awaited new era. But what that new era will look like remains very much an open question, given the many challenges that the region's countries still face.

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TAGGED: Egypt, Tunisia, Arab Spring

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