Weekend Reading: Action, but No Reaction in Syria, Morocco’s “Miracle,” and Cairo-Riyadh Blues
Steven A. Cook
May 4, 2012
An Egyptian youth reads a newspaper in a cafe in Cairo (Suhaib Salem/Courtesy Reuters).
Itamar Rabinovich says the United States is substituting symbolic action for real action in Syria–at the detriment of the Syrian people.
Aboubakr Jamai explains the Moroccan “miracle” of mild authoritarianism.
Sultan al-Qassami breaks down the Saudi-Egyptian relationship.
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