Podcast: why the 2011 Arab Spring won't be the last Middle East revolution

  Sir John Jenkins, former Ambassador to Libya, Iraq, Syria and Saudi Arabia, joins Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock on the World Review podcast " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img="" data-adaptive-image-max-img=""> It's ten years since the self-immolation of Tunisian street-seller Mohamed Bouazizi sparked an uprising against oppressive regimes that spread to much of the Middle East and northern Africa. The 'Arab Spring' deposed leaders in Libya, Egypt, Syria, Yemen and Bahrain, and ultimately contributed to the last decade of conflict and unrest in the Middle East.  On this week's episode of World Review from the New Statesman, Emily Tamkin in Washington DC and Ido Vock in Berlin are joined by Sir John Jenkins, formerly the UK's ambassador to Iraq, Libya and Saudi Arabia, to look at the decade that's passed since the Arab Spring, and whether any lessons have been learned in both the region and the wider int .. Full story on newstatesman.com 

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