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CNN DIALOGUES: The Arab Spring: A Path to Democracy?

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Published on Jun 20, 2012

CNN DIALOGUES: The Arab Spring: A Path to Democracy? A singular protest by a Tunisian vendor ignited rebellion, resistance and regime change that spurred a tumultuous year across the Arab world. Now, armed with new media, fresh and vibrant voices are emerging all across the region to challenge old political control and some cultural traditions. What is often called the "cradle of civilization" is in a state of change

Is this truly an Arab spring? Revolutions can be hijacked, crushed or abandoned. Where are the uprisings today and where will they go from here? Who are the new powerbrokers? What is the role of Islamists, women and social media? Are the nations in transition any closer to stability, democracy and freedom?

This video was recorded on February 9, 2012, at 7:00pm.

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