The Arab Spring and You

Haque, Hiba
July 2012
Islamic Horizons;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p46
The article discusses the highlights the convention titled, "A Year in Tahrir: The Future of the Arab Spring and Its Implications in the U.S.," held at Wayne State Law School in Detroit, Michigan on April 14, 2012. The event was sponsored by the school, the Institute for Public Policy and Understanding (ISPU) and the National Security Network. Foreign policy analysts and experts convened to discuss issues related to the revolutionary protests that occurred across the Arab world in 2011.


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