To mark the 2nd anniversary of the Arab Spring, the Woodrow Wilson Center released a report, titled “Has the Arab Spring Lived up to Expectations?” The report features opinions from 39 experts from the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and the United States. In the opening piece, JaneHarman, Director, President, and CEO of the Wilson Center, reminds the reader “transitions are messy,” while Robin Wright, USIP-Wilson Center Distinguished Scholar and journalist agreed that,”revolutions are never fairy tales.”
However, Ammar Abudulhamid, Fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and Founder and Director of the Tharwa Foundation, advocated that, “the fear barrier is now broken; the anciens regimes are gone; and pent-up political forces, with their good, their bad, and their downright ugly, have been released.”
Executive Director of the Project on Middle East Democracy,(ED NOTE:CFR FRONT)Stephen McInerney, said, “although the road ahead to full-fledged democracies in the Arab world will be a long and arduous one, the journey down that path fundamentally began in 2011.”“What should be chastening for Western policymakers,” argued Roger Hardy, Senior Visiting Research Fellow, King’s College, London, “is that they are largely powerless to determine the outcome in any of these places.”
Vali Nasr, Dean at the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, cautioned that America and Europe’s “minimalist approach (to the Arab Spring) is a break with the past, a surprising cold shoulder to democracy, and one big reason why the Arab Spring, even where it succeeded, will likely fail.” However, Dalia Ziada, Executive Director at the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies, ends the report with an optimistic view of the future. “We are determined to lead the Arab Spring-our dream of liberal democracy-to the top of the mountain.”
[ed notes:some backround on these players…staring with jane harman a zionist who is now head of wilson center(hotbed of conspiratorial agendas)… Member of the Aspen Institute / Middle East Strategy GroupMember of the Aspen Strategy Group ….furthermore..Justice Department investigation In October 2006, it was reported that Harman was under investigation by the Justice Department for allegedly (with the help of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee enlisting wealthy donors to lobby House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to retain Harman as the head Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee.
[ED NOTE: ammar abdulhammid is a zionist neocon bootlicker from cia front foundation for defense(overthrow) of democracies.. see..
zionists,neocons at at american enterprise institu… – thenakedfacts Older Post – THENAKEDFACTS THE SYRIAN HASBARA NETWORK IN TURKEY … – thenakedfacts
C.I.A. FRONT FOUNDATION FOR DEFENSE(OVERTHROW) OF DEMOCRACIES HOSTS 2012 FORUM :DICTATORS AND DISSIDENTS…
hes also running national salvation front for the real head of Syrias muslim brotherhood,khadam..in D.C.!!!
Executive Director of the Project on Middle East DemocracyStephen McInerney..
[ED NOTE:POMED IS REALLY A CFR FRONT RUN BY THE ZIONIST SHADI AHMID,WHO BELONGS TO BOTH AND ALSO SABAN CENTER…MORE ON THEM..
globalist,imperialist ”carnegie endowment” and z… – thenakedfacts POMED Notes: “The Arab Spring, a Year On – THENAKEDFACTS Older Post – THENAKEDFACTS POMED Notes: US House of Representatives Armed … – thenakedfacts Treasonous syrian umbrella groups meet with neo… – thenakedfacts Tuesday, November 8, 2011 – THENAKEDFACTS Older Post – THENAKEDFACTS
Vali Nasr, Dean at the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies,
[ED NOTE:JOHN HOPKINS SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED INT STUDIES IS ANOTHER HOTBED OF CONSPIRACIES PROMOTING NEOCOLONIALISM,AND SUBVERSIVE AGENDAS IN MENA REGION..SEE THESE..
Older Post – THENAKEDFACTS Older Post – THENAKEDFACTS Older Post – THENAKEDFACTS Confronting Damascus: U.S. Policy Toward the Evolv… – thenakedfacts
Dalia Ziada, Executive Director at the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies
[ED NOTE:AS FAR AS IBN KHALDUN CENTER IS CONCERNED…. Writing in 2010, Michael Barker notes that “the Ibn Khaldun Center only received its first NED (CIA FRONT) grant in 2005 to “establish and maintain” a new Egyptian Democracy Support Network.” The Violence of Nonviolence
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