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James F. Jeffrey
Chair of the Middle East Program, Distinguished Fellow
USIP-Wilson Center Distinguished Fellow
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Islamists in diverse forms—from Tunisia’s moderates to ISIS militants—have produced tectonic shake-ups across the Middle East, with a rippling effect world-wide.
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