More on Egypt's rejection of WB/IMF, and market reaction.
An interesting argument against taking any aid.
Rare early pictures from Arabia.
Jack Shenker on workers and poor people's unmet grievances in Egypt.
A good article and a good question.
"Now, however, polling firms have a mostly free hand to ask what they will - though they apparently still aren't allowed to probe whether the Egyptian military, which runs the country, should continue receiving billions of dollars in aid from the United States."
Doesn't really answer the question of how come "democrats" can't get elected.
Important reminder of the IDP problem in Libya and Syria.
A new academic blog on Yemen, in German and English.
Good post on the oil politics of Bahrain.
An argument that strength of MB is overstated.
I'm not so pessimistic.
Governor of northern Moroccan town Tetouan promises families of #feb20 detainees they will be released for show of support for monarchy and referendum.
Morocco instructs imams to say Friday sermon in support of constitutional referendum.
Note that it's Salafists they're talking about here.