Arab Spring News: September 13, 2012
Until now, the Arab spring has felt like a wash in domestic political terms. Conservatives have charged Obama with “losing” Egypt to the Islamists after mishandling the region’s politics. Just last month, Mitt Romney complained that Obama “abandoned …
When the Arab Spring erupted in Egypt in January 2011, Israel’s cautious response did not play well. Many Israel critics—always quick to see …
Slate Magazine (blog)
Because it’s not entirely clear what he would have done as the Arab revolutions broke out in 2011. After Egyptians and Libyans overthrew their governments, Romney pledged “to train all our soft power resources on ensuring that the Arab Spring does not …
Rochester City Newspaper (blog)
Arab spring may be Romney’s fall. Posted by Tim Louis Macaluso on Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 1:16 PM. The bloody events in Libya on Monday night are another reminder, as if one is ever needed, of how volatile that part of the world remains. It’s also a stark …
An official with the Chicago Teachers Union told Al Sharpton today, … Al Sharpton: Tell us why the Chicago Teachers Unionhas called a strike? … Al, is that this is sort of like an Arab Spring right here in Chicago right now.
New York Daily News
Issues like the Arab Spring and its implications for Indian and the eurozone recession will also figure in the discussions, he said. The democratic churning in the North Africa and West Asia region that saw the toppling of long-entrenched authoritarian …
f News on the sidelines of a humanitarian meeting in Kuwait, Abdul Latif Al Zayyani said he is against using the term “Arab
The gardens of the Arab Spring are being watered by the blood of innocents.
The head of Lebanon’s Maronite Catholic Church is hoping for a “Christian Spring” in the Middle East as a result of the Pope’s visit to his .
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