Weekend Reading: Egypt’s Other Dialogue, Libya’s Revolution, and Saudi’s “Code”
Steven A. Cook
February 16, 2013
Cars drive past parliamentary election campaign posters at a roundabout in central Amman (Ali Jarekji/Courtesy Reuters).
Nour Youssef on The Arabist offers her thoughts on the recent dialogue held between Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef and al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya member Nageh Ibrahim.
Mohammad Azeemullah wonders if the Libyan revolution has achieved its goals on the day before its second anniversary, and reflects on Libya’s greatest challenges going forward.
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