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Jim Zirin speaks with Isobel Coleman.

The “Arab Spring” began in December 2010 with the self-immolation  of a Tunisian street vendor, who felt humiliated by the arbitrary conduct of local officials. The act touched off uprisings in Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Syria, which transformed the political landscape of the Mid-East. Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow Isobel Coleman surveys the landscape and tells Jim how things stack up in those countries three years later.

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