Arab Nations Can't Stay Silent on Iran

Arab Nations Can't Stay Silent on Iran

The world is justifiably perplexed by how the popular uprising in Iran will shape that country’s future. The increasingly violent contest between the heterogenous opposition and a hardened regime is nothing if not opaque, complex and uncertain.

From Iran’s closest Arab neighbours, what is most perceptible is their silence. Beyond a principled reluctance to comment on another country’s internal affairs and a muted relief at seeing the Iranian system questioned from within, the silence is also explained by political caution and strategic confusion.

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