The tumults of 1989 and 2011 are different, but veterans of the earlier era recognize their own experiences in the roiling public squares of the Middle East and North Africa. by Boyko Vassilev SOFIA | It was déjà vu. The TV screen showed people on the square celebrating the fall of a dictator. It was […]

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