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'Youthquake' in the Middle East

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'Youthquake' in the Middle East

'Youthquake' in the Middle East

'Youthquake' in the Middle East

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Isobel Coleman discusses her op-ed from Sunday's Dallas Morning News. In it, she argues that, with 65 percent of the Middle East's population under the age of 25, jobs might be the biggest problem facing the region.

Guest:

Isobel Coleman, senior fellow for U.S. foreign policy at the Council on Foreign Relations