July 31, 2014

The End of the Arab State

Christopher Hill, Project Syndicate

The Associated Press

In a region where crises seem to be the norm, the Middle East’s latest cycle of violence suggests that something bigger is afoot: the beginning of the dissolution of the Arab nation-state, reflected in the growing fragmentation of Sunni Arabia.

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