Weekend Reading: Syria’s Seas, Treaty Troubles?, and Musings on the Maghreb
Steven A. Cook
February 17, 2012
A man reads a Koran inside an old mosque in Sanaa's Old City district (Mohamed Al-Sayaghi/Courtesy Reuters)
Soner Cagaptay reflects on what it might take to get Russia to back the Syrian opposition.
Zvika Krieger writes on The Atlantic about the debate on cutting U.S. aid to Egypt and what that might mean for Israel.
Moha Ennaji on Today’s Zaman discusses the need for Islamist movements in North Africa to leave the past behind.
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