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David D. Arnold Speaks at Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

April 27, 2011

By David D. Arnold

As uprisings continue across North Africa and the Middle East, Asia Foundation President David D. Arnold will speak on May 4 at Stanford’s Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, examining what the “Arab Spring” might mean for Asia. As a governance specialist whose international career has spanned Arab and Asian societies, Mr. Arnold will examine the sudden collapse of well-entrenched regimes, the emergence of democratic reform movements across this region, and governance issues and challenges that exist in Asia and beyond. Read more.

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Related topics: Arab Unrest

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