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As the Arab Spring approaches its fourth anniversary, the Arab world generally is at risk of heading towards a future without politics. | عربي
The roots of the recent surge of Sunni extremism in Lebanon are local and deep. Pragmatic steps are needed to protect the country from the fate of Syria and Iraq.
The Church is trying to revive its former role as the sole political voice of Egypt’s Copts. But that position carries real risks for the Church and the country’s Christians. | عربي
The civil-military relationship has proven central to the politics of many Arab countries, both those that underwent transition in 2011 and those that did not. | عربي
With its 2014 leadership election, the Islamist group signaled that it is opening a new chapter. But some young members wanted to see even greater change. | عربي
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