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Arab Spring Redux?
Takin’ it to the Streets in Algeria and Morocco

The regimes in Algiers and Rabat survived the original Arab Spring more or less unscathed—but the latest tumult suggests that the old methods of governing may no longer be enough.

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World Baseball—Jewish Baseball
Team Israel’s Field of Dreams

Will Team Israel’s “David and Goliath” performance at the World Baseball Classic be a turning point for baseball in the Holy Land?

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Islam and Diversity
The Moroccan Difference

How four men—three Muslims and a Jew—represent Morocco in all its complexity.

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Unrest in North Africa
On the Backroads of Morocco

In a country where the traditional “fear of the authorities” has weakened, the Amazigh identity movement could help shape the future.

The Berber Awakening

Amazighité is rapidly coming down from the Atlas Mountains. Never heard of it? You will.

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