The Arab League was established in 1945. Yet for most of its existence, even its own members have doubted the organization's usefulness. Has all this changed with the advent of the Arab Spring? Since the start of this year, the Arab League has been involved in international efforts regarding Libya, Syria, Yemen and Egypt. Is it now a regional body at the forefront of positive change? Is the Arab League independent of the great Western powers? And how will the organization change once democratic leaders are elected? CrossTalking with Monzeur Sleiman, Tamer Mallat and Hussain Abdel-Hussain.