How do you think the "social network" revolutions in Tunisia, Egypt and other countries will affect the Arab World?
|They are paving the way for the genuine democratization and modernization of the Arab countries, and are the start of robust civil societies.|| |
|| 64 votes.
|Their toppling of "corrupt dictatorships" will be used successful by radical Islamist forces such as the Muslim Brotherhood to come to power in key countries.|| |
|| 75 votes.
|The most tangible effect of the revolutions will most likely be greater violence and possibly civil wars and the respective countries might end up being worse places for their citizens than before the revolutions.|| |
|| 41 votes.
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