Fares Braizat

Arab Center for Research

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Professor of Political Science and head of the Public Opinion Program at the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies, based in Doha, Qatar

Fares Braizat on KCRW

President Obama has made his second  major address  on the Mid East and North Africa.

President Obama and Change in the Middle East

President Obama has made his second major address on the Mid East and North Africa.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Speaking in Cairo  two years ago, President Obama called for a "new beginning" in the Muslim Middle East based on "respect" and "mutual interest."

President Obama on the Middle East and 'Arab Spring'

Speaking in Cairo two years ago, President Obama called for a "new beginning" in the Muslim Middle East based on "respect" and "mutual interest."

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In Egypt, the new military government has promised to end the state of emergency and re-write the constitution.  Soldiers have told remaining protesters on Tahrir Square it's time to…

After Egypt: How the Arab World Is Reacting

In Egypt, the new military government has promised to end the state of emergency and re-write the constitution.  Soldiers have told remaining protesters on Tahrir Square it's time to…

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