May 19, 2011
Citing recent movements for democratic change across the Middle East and North Africa as a "historic opportunity," President Obama argued that U.S. policy in the region must be rooted in supporting the aspirations of its citizens instead of the power of dictators.
by Zouhair Ouakaa onJanuary 26, 2011
Western countries that sat on their hands while Ben Ali and his family strangled the country could show more enthusiasm for Tunisia's peaceful revolution, says a witness to the overthrow.
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