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Tunisia: Not a Twitter Revolution?

On Tunisian blogging portal Nawaat, Christopher Barrie writes:

It is surely not unreasonable to argue that the 2011 revolution which followed this period of unrest could well have happened in the absence of new media. … It is therefore clear that the existence of Twitter was not a decisive element in the outbreak of the mass demonstrations of 2010-11.

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