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Spring 2011

Ten Years After September 11

Working Paper

By Katherine Didow and Jinnyn Jacob, Former Belfer IGA Fellow 2010-2011, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

In January 2011, protests started in Tunisia and Egypt, sparking a string of uprisings†in the Muslim world, with consequences yet unknown. The Lebanese government†collapsed, bringing the Hezbollah-led March 8th coalition to power and to east in Pakistan†the popular Governor of Punjab province was assassinated. These monumental shifts†caught many politicians, academics, journalists and pollsters by surprise. As world leaders†scramble to formulate policy to confront these new realities, there is an urgent need for†accurate and relevant public opinion data on the Muslim world.

 

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