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King’s Dilemma in the Arab World
King’s Dilemma” in the Arab World
Wednesday, December 19,2007 07:07
Carnegie Endowment

Reformers in Arab ruling establishments face difficult choices as they try to improve governance and economic competitiveness without sharing political power, write Marina Ottaway and Michele Dunne in “Incumbent Regimes and the “King’s Dilemma” in the Arab World: Promise and Threat of Managed Reform” (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Carnegie Paper no. 88, December, 2007). Click here for Arabic.


"this commentary is reprinted with permission from the Arab Reform Bulletin. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace."

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