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A trio of crises for the Arab world

"Three political crises are dominant," argued Waleed Noueihed in a commentary for the Bahraini newspaper Al Wasat. He names the looming Sudanese secession, Iraq's political deadlock, and the ongoing violence in southern Yemen.

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