The Remaking of the Middle East

A foreign-policy expert considers the causes and effects of recent unrest in a historically troubled, and perennially vital, part of the world.

It started with a vegetable vendor. That last insult and last extortion by a Tunisian municipal official was too much for twenty-six- year-old Mohammed Bouazizi. He set himself aflame. And the fire spread.

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