Ed Husain

The Arab Street

Husain examines politics, society, and radicalism in the greater Middle East.

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by Ed Husain
August 15, 2012

Mosques in Old Cairo are backlit by the sunset during the holy month of Ramadan (Amr Dalsh/Courtesy Reuters). Mosques in Old Cairo are backlit by the sunset during the holy month of Ramadan (Amr Dalsh/Courtesy Reuters).

Dear Readers,

Thank you for supporting The Arab Street over the last few months.

Due to other writing commitments, I will no longer be blogging. I hope you will continue to follow my work through Twitter or my bio page on CFR.org.

Below are some other CFR resources and initiatives that you might find interesting:

– Four blogs with distinct angles on Middle East politics: Pressure Points, Democracy in Development, From the Potomac to the Euphrates, and Middle East Matters, by my colleagues Elliott Abrams, Isobel Coleman, Steven Cook, and Robert Danin, respectively.

– The Development Channel, a blog about political reform, economic growth, and U.S. policy in the developing world

– The Religion and Foreign Policy program, which offers resources tailored to the religious community

Again, thank you for following The Arab Street with such interest.

With all good wishes,

Ed Husain

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