Please do continue to leave suggestions on how to improve the links list (presentation, frequency, etc.), I am listening.
- In Simply Meeting, Egyptian and Saudi Leaders Open New Era - NYTimes.com
- Le dernier roman de Mohamed LAFTEH : lu et vu par un twitto marocain.
- Oman condemned for sentencing activists - FT.com
- Ship owner not aware of Syrian helicopters - FT.com
Was carrying assault copters.
- Le Figaro - International : Mali : Fabius juge probable l'usage de la force
- The end game in Syria
Heydemann: opp's fragmentation no longer an obstacle
- Twitter and the Arab Spring: New Evidence
Most clicks from outside region.
- What's going on in Israel?
- Egypt: Brothers v generals, again | The Economist
- Libya’s election: A big step for a battered country | The Economist
- Egypt Unlikely to Reach IMF Loan Pact in 2012, Official Says - Businessweek
- The Syrian opposition: who's doing the talking? | Charlie Skelton | Comment is free
Weird conspiratorial list, no grassroots.
- The Country That Is the World: Syria’s Clashing Communities | World Affairs Journal
- Dissent Magazine - A Conversation with Khaled Abou El Fadl on the Trials of Egyptian Democracy
This guy either has privileged info or many things wrong.
- Most Muslims Want Democracy, Personal Freedoms, and Islam in Political Life | Pew Global Attitudes Project
Encouraging indicators here.
- Egypt’s Overhyped Parliamentary Showdown - The Daily Beast
- Syria's many new friends are a self-interested bunch - The National
- The Egyptian Revolution: Results and Prospects - Hossam el-Hamalawy & Charlie Kimber - Marxism 2012
Great speech, starts with very good explanation of the importance of strikes in pre-#jan25 Egypt.
- What the Brotherhood Lost - Sada
Far too speculative.
- With Europe in crisis, Egypt must reverse course | Egypt Independent
- Arab Spring in Sudan could resemble Syria: former PM | Reuters
- Notes from the Underground: Calling in the Dark
"The idea that the revolution is successful is the biggest adversary to the reality that the revolution is ongoing."
- Israeli settler population surges under Netanyahu - SFGate
If someone suggests to you that time is running out for the 2-state solution, punch him in the face.
- Walls Of Palestinian Homes Come Tumbling Down : NPR
- Mali: Counter-terrorism and the benefits of doing nothing - Al Jazeera English
- France says military intervention in Mali ‘probable’ as U.S. authorizes $10 mln for refugees
- The Power of Social Media in Saudi Arabia | TIME.com
In Saudi Arabia, Dissent is Alive and Well, But Only Online or in Private by @jacobtemplin for @Time
- Mysterious fatal crash provides rare glimpse of U.S. commandos in Mali - WaPo
Featuring Moroccan prostitutes...
- Egypt lost in caliphate vs. civil state debate - Daily News Egypt
- Tunisian democracy threatened by weak opposition | The Guardian
Younger Tunisians feel excluded for politics.
- Officials: Feared al-Qaida offshoot neutralized | ajc.com
AQIM out of Algeria... into the Sahel?
- Cairobserver — It's Countryside- Life outside Cairo
- Op-ed: Egypt’s fragmented politics
- Libya’s Ex-Oil Minister Died Naturally, Vienna Prosecutor Says- Bloomberg
- How Morocco Dodged the Arab Spring by Nicolas Pelham | NYRblog | The New York Review of Books
- Train Wreck Along the Nile - By Nathan J. Brown | Foreign Policy
- Syria, Where You Don’t Always Get What You Want - By Brian Fishman | The Middle East Channel
What you want vs what you might get in Syria, by Brian Fishman | The Middle East Channel:
- Morsy’s debts | Egypt Independent
- The Judiciary in Egypt: Pursuing reform and promoting independence - Arab Reform Initiative
- L'Expression - Le Quotidien
It's amazing how fond the Algerian press is of talking about discord among Sahelian militants.