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The son also rises, for Arab misfortune
The son also rises, for Arab misfortune
The most flagrant sign of the decline of Arab nationalist regimes is their transformation into hereditary republics.
Thursday, April 8,2010 10:51
by Michael Young Daily Star
tags: Succession / Mubarak / Gamal Mubarak / Baathist / Syria / Assad / Saddam Hussein / Gaddafi / Iran / Tunisia / Inheritance of Power / Green Movement / Islamic Revolution
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