U.S. Wavers on 'Regime Change' in Arab Spring

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    Similarly, when Carnegie Endowment's Thomas Carothers worked on the Central American "democracy promotion" programs in the Reagan administration, he explained how it worked:

    And then once again, we see the "strong line of continuity" of this policy in the Obama administration:

     
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    This is the kind of power you have when you read rather than watch cable news. It's like being a scientist: the power to understand and predict. Then again, it's also like a curse because you have to watch everyone around you get dumber. You're not all alone but you feel that way sometimes.
     

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