Arab Spring

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Tunisian secularist wins first presidential round, heads for run-off

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Tunisian secularist leader Beji Caid Essebsi has narrowly beaten incumbent President Moncef Marzouki in the first round of a landmark

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Arab Spring protests expand to Iraq

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FALLUJAH, Iraq — This restive Sunni town, the first to rebel against U.S. troops a decade ago, is rising up

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Jordan protesters call on the king to step down

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Thousands of protesters chanted the Arab Spring slogan “the people want the downfall of the regime” in Jordan’s capital on

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Siniora: Arab spring has has lifted the genie out of the bottle

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During his speech titled “Arab world in transition – transitions, challenges and opportunities” at the university of Harvard in Cambridge

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Syrian regime in demolition mode

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It has never happened in modern history that a national army used all its land, naval and air power to quell a popular revolution so barbarically. Whole Syrian cities and villages have been flattened

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The Inevitability of the Arab Spring

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by Ghassan Karam The uprisings in the Arab world did not take me by surprise. I am not implying that

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Is The Arab Destined To Watch The World Go By?

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by Ghassan Karam

Judged by practically every single ranking in the world Arab countries in general do not rank very high

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Luckily, There Is Still Life In The Arab Spring

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by Ghassan Karam

There is still life in an Arab Spring that started with great expectations over 19 months ago and that has had many ups downs as it moved from one country to another and even from one continent to another.

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Analysis: Egypt’s chapter of Arab Spring ends not as scripted

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The Egyptian chapter of the “Arab Spring” ended not as it was scripted by the revolutionaries of Tahrir Square. They

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Egypt: Has the Arab Spring Returned?

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Thousands gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square today, and at almost 3 a.m. were still chanting that the revolution is back

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