Against the backdrop of the recent military coup in Egypt and the ongoing civil war in Syria, the initial euphoria of the Arab Spring has long since faded. But the political transitions in Tunisia, Libya and Yemen, though fragile, continue to offer hope for stable outcomes. Anthony Dworkin explains why Tunisia's transition has kept from derailing--so far. William Lawrence argues that our failure to recognize Libya's specificities has kept us from understanding its post-revolutionary trajectory. And Stefan Wolff examines what's at stake in Yemen's ongoing National Dialogue Conference.
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