“Dueling Legacies: Which Sultan Deserves Credit for Oman's Oil-Driven Development?” by Jim Krane Watch a preview here
“Egyptian State Media in Opposition: Al-Ahram under Morsi, 2012–2013,” by Limor Lavie
“The Mo'talefeh (Islamic Coalition Society): From Revolutionary Allies to Challengers of Ayatollah Khomeini's Policies, 1979–1989,” by Meir Javedanfar
“The Oil Thief of Baghdad: Understanding Saddam's Motives for Invading Iran,” by Kenneth M. Pollack
“The Blocked Road to Democracy: Culture Wars in the Arab World and the End of Politics,” review article by Shadi Hamid
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