After the Arab Spring

Print edition : December 23, 2016

A poster of Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi among debris left from a protest camp at Nahda Square at Giza in Cairo on August 15, 2013. Photo: AP

Outside a polling station in Tunis on October 23, 2011. Tunisians turned out in numbers for their first free elections, basking in pride in their status as democratic trailblazers nine months after the toppling of a dictator sparked the Arab Spring. Photo: AFP

A well-timed effort at explaining why the dreams of the Arab Spring were crushed and why the West Asia and North Africa region is now experiencing such disorder and destruction.
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