April 30, 2014

A New Map Won't Save the Mideast

Lee Smith, Tablet Magazine

The Associated Press

If you didn’t know any better, you might think that democracy was flowering all over the Middle East. Syria has a presidential election scheduled in June; today, Lebanon’s Parliament will have a second round of voting to choose a new president, while Iraqis are heading to the polls to choose a parliament that will in turn be responsible for selecting a prime minister.

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