Khalil Jahshan

formerly, National Association of Arab Americans

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Lecturer in International Studies and Languages at Pepperdine University and Executive Director of its Washington DC Internship Program; former president of the National Association of Arab Americans

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Since dictators were deposed by "people power" in Tunisia and Egypt, there's been talk of an "Arab Spring" that would finally bring an end to authoritarianism in the Middle East and…

Are Revolutions Transforming the Middle East?

Since dictators were deposed by "people power" in Tunisia and Egypt, there's been talk of an "Arab Spring" that would finally bring an end to authoritarianism in the Middle East and…

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Since the so-called "Arab Spring" began in Tunisia, there's been violence in that country. Today, Egypt's new military leaders formally criminalized protests.

Are Revolutions Transforming the Middle East?

Since the so-called "Arab Spring" began in Tunisia, there's been violence in that country. Today, Egypt's new military leaders formally criminalized protests.

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