Revolutions Spiral Out Of Control
By James Cockayne
Two years on from the revolutions that overthrew Mubarak in Egypt and Ben Ali in Tunisia, instability in both countries is becoming endemic. Seemingly temporary economic setbacks risk becoming permanent.
In Tunisia, pride at being the birthplace of the Arab Spring is wearing thin. Instability had been growing in recent months with a seemingly never-ending series of strikes.
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