How the Arab Spring Survived 2013Noah Feldman
Dec. 18 (Bloomberg) -- The news that Tunisia’s competing political factions have broken months of logjam and appointed a technocrat as interim prime minister sets the stage for a year-end review of the events that have followed the Arab Spring.
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