Can Libya's Elections Lead to a Second Chance at Stability and Engagement with the World?
by Luiza Carter
The recent postponement of elections is another hurdle on Libya's path from post-dictatorship chaos toward potential democratic stability.
SOURCE: The New York Times
Will the Virus Trigger a Second Arab Spring?
The coronavirus outbreak is likely to bring into focus the legitimacy and governance deficit of troubled Middle Eastern regimes.
SOURCE: Tom Dispatch
The Living Literature of War
by Nick Turse
All-too-human stories can be “written” on our bodies as well as documents.
If Not for Muammar Gaddafi, This Guy Might Have Been Pope
by Martin Kramer
Cardinal Sergio Pignedoli in Italy.Cross-posted from Martin Kramer's blog Sandbox.
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