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January 28th, 2011
Episode 528 of 1251 episodes
In Tunisia, the Jasmine Revolution showed the vulnerability of unpopular and anti-democratic regimes. Should the West support authoritarian regimes to contain political Islam? Or should it watch popular passions erect potentially anti-democratic governments?