speech in Doha warning Arab leaders that "Those who cling to the status quo may be able to hold back the full impact of their countries' problems for a little while, but not forever. If leaders don't offer a positive vision and give young people meaningful ways to contribute, others will fill the vacuum."
I recommend you click on the link above and view Clinton's speech in its entirety. What I'm about to say next depends on that, and what she said is so important and explosive that it might just be a declaration of a new Middle East.
Let's look at the facts, since that beginning of the year 2011 (15 days only at the time this post is written), there has been a full fledged revolution in Tunisia, a breaking up of Sudan, protests erupting in Algeria, Egypt and Jordan, the collapse of the Lebanese government and the proper ousting of the Tunisian president. If you look at these drastic and fundamental changes in the region happening in such a short time in contrast with what Hillary Clinton said, you'll end up with a very likely conclusion that none of what's happening is a coincidence and that the all mighty ruler of the World, America, wills it.
The US Department of State spokesman said that America respects the will of the Tunisian people, which means they are not supporting the dictator Bin Ali anymore. Moreover, President Sarkozy of France rejected to host he ousted Tunisian president. Everyone seems to have pulled the rug from under this ex-president. Is that a sample of what's to come in the region? Did the US make an example out of Bin Ali to the rest of the Arab leaders? Is this an official warning that if rulers of this region do not change their ways, change will come onto them and they will be removed?
All questions I believe will be answered soon. What Clinton said might just be the declaration of the New Middle East, and we're living these fantastic transformations by the day. Tunisia will need a while to stabilize, the question is; who's next?