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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
I am looking forward to reading Gregory Johnsen’s book, The Last Refuge: Yemen, Al-Qaeda, and America’s War in Arabia over the break. Read more »
Ibrahim El-Houdaiby wonders if Egypt’s Islamists will make the same mistakes as previous regimes.
I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season. Check out the picture of “Father Time” above. As we bid goodbye to 2010 and say hello to 2011, it is time for that great American pastime of lists: “Best of…,” “Worst of…” “Most Influential…”, and “ Most Important…” of 2010.
Here’s my take for the seven (I couldn’t think of 10) most important stories in the Middle East this year, in no particular order:
From the Potomac to the Euphrates examines how debates about Mideast policy in Washington connect to the region, with a special focus on Egypt and Turkey.