Ideas In Action with Jim Glassman

Stories from the Arab Spring: Will Democracy Take

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Guests: Josh Muravchik, Fellow at the George W. Bush Institute, author of The Next Founders: Voices of Democracy in the Middle East; Michele Dunne, Executive Director of the Rafik Harriri Center for the Middle East at the Atlantic Council. Segments from interviews with Egyptian and Tunisian dissidents about their fight for freedom and the outcome of the Arab Spring are woven together with a discussion of the current outlook for democracy movements in the Middle East with two long-time scholars of the region.
 

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