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The Institute's quarterly newsletter No. 35
The post-Huntington revolutions
by Álvaro de Vasconcelos
The uprisings in the Arab world show Huntington's 'clash of civilisations' to never really have existed. Europe must cast aside this vision and replace it with a vision of common humanity.
The great Tunisian balancing act
by Azzam Mahjoub
Tunisia's democratic transition is a precarious tightrope walk. The interim government must develop the goals of the revolution at the same time as maintaining stability.
The ground beneath their feet
by Rouzbeh Parsi
Both Saudi Arabia and Iran have felt the tremors of the Arab Spring rumbling beneath their feet. The two countries'