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Monday, February 14, 2011

More Insights on Egypt and Tunisia

Check out this Friday's Campbell Conversation interview, when I will be speaking with two faculty members from Tunisia and Egypt, respectively (see "What's Up on the Campbell Conversations" box to the right).  One of the guests has a specific interest in media and civic engagement.  I'll try to get behind and beyond the daily news reports of the situation to some deeper insights of why, when, and what next.


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Both countries have been unstable for the past months. Egypt is still showing civil and political unrest. While Tunisia has yet to reach its conclusion. I hope things over there get better.

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