U.S. Officials Concerned Over What Follows Arab SpringTerry Atlas and Indira A.R. Lakshmanan
The attacks on U.S. diplomatic compounds in Egypt and Libya, where Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans died, have fueled growing concerns about what will replace long-standing Arab dictatorships that kept order at the expense of freedom.
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