Shadi Hamid, senior fellow in the Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World in the Center for Middle East Policy, discusses his new co-authored paper “Islamism After the Arab Spring: Between the Islamic State and the Nation State.”
Finally, Fred Dews reviews the highlights of what experts have said in the previous week regarding the Trump administration in our new “First 100 Days” segment. This week: a possible rise in terrorism due to the “Muslim ban,” repealing or repairing the ACA, and a shift in the U.S.-Mexico relationship.
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