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The Arab Spring
The Arab Spring

AIR DATE: March 8, 2013

The Arab Spring has turned into a long season. It began very optimistically as a movement to democratize the Middle East and North Africa. It has not turned out that way. Egypt is torn between the Muslim Brotherhood and those seeking a more secular government. Tunisia is still unstable and Syria is engaged in a bloody civil war. So what is the future of the Arab Spring? Two of the panel of experts who will speak at Black Mountain join us to examine those issues.



John Entelis, Professor of Political Science, Fordham University
Hamdan Radissi, Professor of Law and Political Science, University of Tunisia


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