Weekend Reading: Morocco’s Monarchy, Saudi’s Seat, and Turkey’s Turn on Syria
Steven A. Cook
October 18, 2013
An Iraqi Kurdish man shows his ink-stained finger after voting during regional parliamentary elections at a polling station in Erbil (Azad Lashkari/Courtesy Reuters).
Samia Errazzouki examines Morocco’s new cabinet, and argues that authoritarian politics remains the dominant trend in the country.
Maya Gebeily discusses the irony of Saudi Arabia’s decision to sit out its turn on the UN Security Council.
Syria Deeply does a Q&A with analyst Gokhan Bacik, exploring the question of whether Turkey’s stance on Syria is shifting.
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