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Arab Spring, Persian Winter: Will Iran Emerge the Winner From the Arab Revolt?

DALIA DASSA KAYE, FREDERIC WEHREY and Michael Scott Doran
Foreign Affairs
Vol. 90, No. 4 (JULY/AUGUST 2011), pp. 183-188
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23039620
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Abstract

Iran may hope to capitalize on the Arab Spring, write Dalia Kaye and Frederic Wehrey, but Tehran will find the region hard to manipulate. Maybe so, argues Michael Doran—but the United States must still do what it can to counter Iran's nefarious influence.

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