Weekend Reading: A Resignation in Lebanon, Corruption in Libya, and Conflict in Morocco
Steven A. Cook
March 29, 2013
A spices vendor works in his shop at a market place in the Old Sanaa city (Khaled Abdullah/Courtesy Reuters).
Elias Muhanna, of Qifa Nabki, gives his perspective on the recent resignation of Lebanese PM, Najib Mikati.
The Risky Shift comments on corruption in Libya, and provides steps forward to improve it.
Mohamed Daadaoui analyzes the Western Sahara-Morocco conflict and evaluates Javier Bardem’s 2012 documentary on the topic.
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