Arab spring News : June 17, 2012

Regional tensions, Arab Spring worries backdrop for Saudi’s next
Washington Post
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — The death of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul-Aziz on Saturday means that — for the second time in less than a year
Hamas factions’ reversal of roles rooted in ‘Arab Spring
Los Angeles Times
Hamas leaders in the Gaza Strip, emboldened by Egypt’s revolt, have taken a tougher stance while hard-line colleagues in Syria have had to be more

Los Angeles Times
Arab Spring plunges Middle East back into 1950s for Israel’
RT
The rapid change in the Arab world is turning Middle East into a region where peace is not possible. Israel is confused and has no strategy for the shift, which
US may have less Mideast clout, uses it with care
Chicago Tribune
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Events in Egypt, Bahrain and Syria illustrate the limits of U.S. influence in the Middle East following the Arab Spring and a U.S.
Arab Spring undone?
The Express Tribune
More than a year in, it is obvious for all to see that the Arab Spring has lost its lustre. In Egypt, people are finding out just how messy the transition to democracy

The Express Tribune
Egyptian generals let Arab Spring wilt
Brisbane Times
Egypt’s place in the Arab world vested huge historical and, by example, significance in its people’s 18-day revolt. Displaying phenomenal courage, they stole

Brisbane Times
Moroccan kismet: A gentler Arab Spring
Coeur d’Alene Press
Bouazizi ignited more than himself. His death triggered the Arab Spring, a Twitter-driven revolution that engulfed Muslim nations in the Mediterranean in 2011.
Opinion: From Tahrir Square to the classroom
San Jose Mercury News
“Now that,” I said, “would be the real Arab Spring.” Rote learning is still the dominant education method in most Arab public schools. The Garretts, with some
Syria’s Assad has embraced pariah status
Washington Post
More than a decade before the Arab Spring, there was the Damascus Spring. In the first months after Bashar al-Assad took over Syria in 2000, a wave of free
Kyrgyzstan is a beacon of democracy in autocratic Central Asia says
Telegraph.co.uk
A revolution in Kyrgyzstan, a poor ex-Soviet state in Central Asia, acted as the spark for the Arab Spring of 2011, Roza Otunbayeva, a former Kyrgyz president,

Telegraph.co.uk

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