, Volume 67, Number 2

Saleem Haddad
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Saleem Haddad is a consultant on the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House. He has also worked with Medecins Sans Frontieres in Iraq and Yemen, the Center for Strategic Studies, the Overseas Development Institute and as a consultant to the European Commission on Euro-Mediterranean relations.

The popular uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia have ushered in what many see as a new dawn in Arab politics, sparking debate about potential knock-on effects throughout the Arab world.

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