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Published on Jan 26, 2014
The Arabic Hour presents you with coverage of the recent conference entitled, "Arab Uprisings: Accomplishments, Failures, Prospects," which took place on November 15th, 2013 and was sponsored by the Trans Arab Research Institute (TARI). This daylong conference took place at Boston University and featured panels of various scholars from both the Middle East and the United States. The Arabic Hour would like to extend its thanks to Professor Hani Faris and Professor Augustus R. Norton, along with the rest of the TARI organization, for giving us the opportunity to work with them on this event.
First Session: "In Quest of Freedom & Dignity" Mujid Kazimi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, chair Haytham Manna', National Coordination Body for Democratic Change, "Road Map for a Political Solution in Syria" Amr Hamzawy, American University in Cairo, "Can We Still Hope?" Sara Roy, Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University, "Whither Palestine?" Melani Cammett, Brown University, "A Political Economy of the Arab Uprisings"