Wednesday, October 19, 2011

My Talk on the Contemporary Middle East (in Amsterdam)!

I think this gives a good view of my current thinking and hope you find it useful.

By the way, I note that I misspoke at one point when I referred to Turkey and Iran as the two non-Muslim-majority states in the region. I intended to say the two non-Arab Muslim-majority states in the region. And in saying Tunisia is the most secular state "in the world" (18 minutes) I intended to say most secular Muslim-majority state in the world.

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