EL PROFESOR DE HARVARD Stephen Walt, el que ve contubernios judíos por todos lados, es todo un profeta. Esto es lo que escribía a mediados de enero en Foreign Policy: "Why the Tunisian revolution won't spread".
The toppling of the Tunisian regime led by Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali has led a lot of smart people -- including my FPcolleague Marc Lynch -- to suggest that this might be the catalyst for a wave of democratization throughout the Arab world. The basic idea is that events in Tunisia will have a powerful demonstration effect (magnified by various forms of new media), leading other unhappy masses to rise up and challenge the stultifying dictatorships in places like Egypt or Syria. The obvious analogy (though not everyone makes it) is to the velvet revolutions in Eastern Europe, or perhaps the various "color revolutions" that took place in places like Ukraine or Georgia.Y procede a explicar por qué. el enterao. A ver qué piensa su colega Marc Lynch ahora.
Color me skeptical.