December 10, 2010 marked the beginning of the Arab Spring, a series of pro-democracy movements that moved from Tunisia to Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Syria, and Libya. A little over a year later, violent protests are still happening on the streets of Cairo and Homs, Tunisia and Libya are peaceful, while Bahrain and Yemen remain ominously quiet. So where will 2012 take the Middle East and North Africa? Nicholas Kristof, columnist for our partner The New York Times, has joined The Takeaway numerous times during the past year to provide an on-the-ground look at what was unfolding in the Arab World.