the Arab street is getting restless. seems to be following a common template - economic issues, leading to a political crisis, leading to a political revolution. I guess this is probably good for the people of the region (although if you ask many of the people of the former Soviet Union and the Eastern Block countries 20 years after their revolutions, you'll probably get some conflicting opinions), but what does this mean for US foreign policy for the region? btw, has anyone heard about Tunisia lately? what's been happening there since their dictator stepped down? is it all roses and ponies and butterflies now?