The Invisible Arab
Marwan Bishara talked about the causes for the revolutions that made up the “Arab Spring.” Mr. Bishara argued that the uprisings have a long history that has been largely ignored by the media in the West. He responded to questions from members of the audience at Georgetown University’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies. close
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Osama W. Abi-Mershed Director Georgetown University->Center for Contemporary Arab Studies
Marwan Bishara Senior Political Analyst Al Jazeera English
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