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King Mohammed VI of Morocco. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Published on: August 5, 2015
After the Arab Spring
Moroccan “Exceptionalism” Deserves Support

Morocco stands out as an oasis of stability amidst a region in turmoil—thanks both to the circumstances of history and to prudent leadership.

J. Peter Pham is director of the Africa Center at the Atlantic Council.
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