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The Middle East in the New Media

Issue No. 29 of
The Middle East in the New Media
is posted on our site.

The Middle East in the New Media is a bi-weekly survey of selected issues featured and debated in various media in the Arab world. The survey, which includes links to opinion pieces, blog articles, Facebook pages, and Tweets, presents some of the different ideas traded in the public discourse and allows readers to follow trends in Arab public opinion.

Editor, The Middle East in the New Media
Orit Perlov, New Media Analyst, INSS


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