CNAS CEO Nathanial Fick gives opening remarks at the CNAS Fifth Annual Conference on June 2, 2011. Following his remarks is the roundtable discussion, "Reveloution In The Middle East: Democracy In The Digital Domain" featuring: Karen House, Former Publisher of The Wall Street Journal; Andrew Exum, Fellow at CNAS; Richard Fontaine, Senior Fellow at CNAS; Shadi Hamid, Director of Research at the Brookings Doha Center; and Dr. Colin Kahl, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Middle East. Watch the video here.
You may also read the transcript and download the CNAS report, "Internet Freedom: A Foreign Policy Imperative in the Digital Age."
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