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11 Apr 2014 - 6 Sep 2015
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Cairo Review Articles​http://www.aucegypt.edu/GAPP/CairoReview/Pages/RssFeed.aspx​Cairo Review Article RSS Feed​Copyright 2014 - The American University in Cairo​Only Active Citizens Can Save Their Precarious States​Rami G. Khouri​The precarious status of half a dozen countries, which run the risk of collapsing or fragmenting into smaller units, is a defining issue of the Arab world today. http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/cairoreview/pages/articledetails.aspx?aid=710​A New Sectarian Force for Iraq​Raed El-Hamed​Plans to build a national guard force risk widening sectarian divisions in Iraq and pushing more Sunnis toward the Islamic State. http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/cairoreview/pages/articledetails.aspx?aid=709​Algeria’s Police Riots​Abdallah Brahimi The power struggle between the Algerian presidency and DRS prevents any fundamental reforms that could address the underlying demands of police protesters.​http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/cairoreview/pages/articledetails.aspx?aid=708​Is Jerusalem the Last Battle?​Rami G. Khouri​Living in a political vacuum, Palestinians in Jerusalem have only themselves to rely on to defend their lands and rights, and in cases of extreme threats and violence used against them, they resort to violence such as we are witnessing these days. http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/cairoreview/pages/articledetails.aspx?aid=707​Impressive Citizenship in Professor Horn’s Class in Boston​Rami G. Khouri​Public officials in the United States who seek sensible advise on how to govern should attend a few sessions of Professor Denise Horn’s introductory class on International Affairs and Globalization at Northeastern University in Boston. http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/cairoreview/pages/articledetails.aspx?aid=706​Brotherly Love in the GCC​Suliman Al-Atiqi​Renewed high-level diplomatic activity between Qatar and Saudi Arabia may end their historic row as the GCC seeks policy alignment, particularly on security issues.