The New Middle East The World After the Arab Spring

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  • Edition: Revised
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 9/1/2015
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Paperbacks

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In 2011 the Arab revolts changed the Middle East forever. The toppling of a generation of dictators left the region in turmoil. Has the promise of the Arab Spring been lost? What does the rise of religious extremism on Europe's doorstep mean for the West and its allies? Is America giving up on the region and, if so, who will lead the new Middle East?

Drawing on compelling first-hand reporting, a deep knowledge of the region's history and access to many of the key players, BBC Bureau Chief Paul Danahar lays bare the forces that are shaping the region.

Author Biography

Paul Danahar is the BBC's Middle East Bureau Chief and ran the organization's news coverage of the Arab Spring. He has reported from Iraq, Iran and North Korea--every nation in the "Axis of Evil." In 2013 he was appointed the BBC's North America Bureau Chief, based in Washington, DC. Follow him at @pdanahar.

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