Ruslan Trad interviews Abu Ibrahim al-Raqqawi, a Raqqa-based Syrian activist fighting both the Assad regime and ISIS.
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This article was originally published here on Muftah on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.
It has been more than three years since the uprisings in the Arab world began. The civil war in Syria, the persistent conflict between rebel militias and the government in Libya, the return of authoritarianism in Egypt, and the ongoing bloody crackdown in Bahrain all make for considerable hand-wringing among regional observers—to say nothing of Middle Easterners themselves, who once hoped for a better future. Read more »
Flipboard.com’s booklet of news related to press and media freedom across the Arab world.
Turkey’s internet problem.
Reporters Without Borders worries about the lack of freedom of information in Libya and its effect on the prospects for democracy.
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.