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September 1st, 2016
Episode 1511 of 1666 episodes
Next time on Global Ethics Forum, author and New York Times Magazine contributor Robert Worth discusses the excitement of the Arab Spring and the disappointment of its violent and unstable aftermath. In this excerpt, Worth talks with New York Times columnist Roger Cohen about his firsthand impressions of the fall of Mubarak and why a revolution is like falling in love.
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