Reform, Revolution or Status Quo? Regional Dynamics in a Changing Arab World (hosted at USIP)
*** This event is NOT held at the Wilson Center ***
United States Institute of Peace
2301 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20037
Some experts predicted that the “Arab Spring” rebellions would widen the strategic, political, and even ideological gap between Arab states undergoing dramatic change and those defending the status quo. In fact, no such clear breach has occurred. Instead, Dawisha argues that sectarian tensions and economic constraints have dampened the potentially “incendiary” effect of the Arab political revolts. Please join us at USIP for an engaging discussion on these dynamics in the Middle East with Dawisha, the State Department’s Dafna Rand, and USIP’s Daniel Brumberg.
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Senior Adviser, Center for Conflict Analysis and Prevention, USIP; Co-Director, Democracy and Governance Studies and Associate Professor, Georgetown University