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FPRI V-Notes (Ep. 1 – The Identity Machine)

  • October 26, 2015
Joseph Braude

Senior Fellow - Program on the Middle East

 HFPRI V-Notesow do an Iraqi comic, an Algerian military recruitment video, and a musical sketch from the American TV show “Schoolhouse Rock” illuminate the defining challenge of Arab politics for a generation to come?





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Understanding the Modern Middle East: History, Identity, and Politics

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