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David Cuthell

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Executive director of the Institute of Turkish Studies at Georgetown University

David Cuthell on KCRW

Since Mubarak of Egypt was forced out of the presidency, other Middle Eastern countries have seen massive political protests.

A New Paradigm in the Middle East

Since Mubarak of Egypt was forced out of the presidency, other Middle Eastern countries have seen massive political protests.

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Since Mubarak of Egypt was forced out of the presidency, other Middle Eastern countries have seen massive political protests.

A New Paradigm in the Middle East

Since Mubarak of Egypt was forced out of the presidency, other Middle Eastern countries have seen massive political protests.

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