The New Arab Public
January 21, 2006 11:19 AM Subscribe
It's not the war in Iraq that's revolutionizing the Middle East -- it's the media.
"Surprisingly, it may be this new public sphere, rather than the war in Iraq or the Bush's administration's democracy rhetoric, that does the most to promote liberalization and reform in the Arab world. " Marc Lynch, an associate professor of political science at Williams College and the (until recently) anonymous writer behind the popular blog Abu Aardvark
, talked to Mother Jones about how the new Arab public is transforming the Middle East.
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