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Tumultuous Middle East, Timid White House - Council on Foreign Relations


Tumultuous Middle East, Timid White House
Council on Foreign Relations
While Egypt continues to deal with the fallout of its popular revolution, and the turbulence in Bahrain, Yemen, and Syria remains unresolved, the example set by Tunisia remains the model for change in the Middle East, says Middle East expert Juan Cole, ...

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