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Professor Stephen Zunes on Nonviolent Revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt 2-3-11
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On Thursday Feb. 3rd 2011 Professor Stephen Zunes talked about how the successful unarmed resistance in Tunisia and the ongoing struggle in Egypt has not only once again demonstrated the power of strategic nonviolent action, but is bringing long-overdue democratic change to the Arab world. These popular uprisings have enormous ramifications for US-backed dictatorships and other autocratic regimes, US policy in the Middle East, and the future of the entire region. Stephen Zunes, politics professor and of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of San Francisco and a leading authority on Middle Eastern and North African politics, nonviolent action, and U.S. foreign policy, shared his thoughts on these dramatic developments and lead the discussion. First audio file is about an hour long and 61MB and the second is approximately half and hour and 31MB.

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