MARC LYNCH
Obama’s ‘Arab Spring’?
Yesterday I noted the spread of seemingly unrelated protests and clashes through a diverse array of Arab states — Tunisia, Jordan, Kuwait, Egypt. Last night, protests spread to Algeria, partly in response to rising prices on basic food items but more deeply by the same combination of economic desperation, fury over perceived corruption, and a ...
BY MARC LYNCH | JANUARY 6, 2011, 1:44 PM
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