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Friday, February 18, 2011

Follow Up on The Egypt and Tunisia Interview

In this interview, I tried to pose a question to my guests about a possible, unintended relationship between the recent protests and the Bush Administration's prior actions in the region.  I did not frame the question clearly, and Bob K. correctly called me out on it.  He added his comment under the "Reminder on Comments" posting.  See his comment there, and my response to it.

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