Weekend Reading: Turkey’s Intelligence State, Egypt’s Subsidies, and Syria’s European Jihadis
Steven A. Cook
April 18, 2014
Lebanese Christian priests distribute painted eggs in celebration of Easter after an Easter service at St. George church in central Beirut (Jamal Saidi/Courtesy Reuters).
Fehim Tastekin wonders if Turkey is reverting to an intelligence state.
Mohamed Gad, writing for Mada Masr, asks if current Egyptian Finance Minister Hany Qadry will actually reform Egypt’s subsidies.
Bruce Crumley looks at the increasing involvement of European Jihadis in Syria’s civil war.
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