Doğum Reneging Reformu: Mısır ve Tunus

Jeffrey Azarva

Kasım 6, 2003, Başkan George W.. Bush ilan, Batılı ülkelerin "Altmış yıldır Ortadoğu'da özgürlüğün eksikliği accomodating excusingand longrun çünkü bizi güvenli kılmak için hiçbir şey-mi, stability cannot be purchased at the expense of liberty.” This strategic shift, coupled with the invasionsof Iraq and Afghanistan, put regional governments on notice. The following spring, Tunisia’s president, ZineEl Abidine Bin Ali, and Egypt’s president, Hosni Mubarak—stalwart allies in the U.S.-led war on terrorismand two of North Africa’s most pro-American rulers—were among the first Arab leaders to visit Washingtonand discuss reform. But with this “Arab spring” has come the inadvertent rise of Islamist movementsthroughout the region. Now, as U.S. policymakers ratchet down pressure, Egypt and Tunisia see a greenlight to backtrack on reform.

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