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‘All Praise to George W. Bush’: The Top Ten Myths of the Arab Spring
JUAN COLE: So much that is misinformed, over-hyped and simply plain wrong has been written about the Arab Spring. So let’s sort the wheat from the chaff.
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Top Ten Myths about the Libyan Revolution
JUAN COLE: It is worthwhile reviewing the myths about the Libyan Revolution that led so many observers to make so many fantastic or just mistaken assertions about it.