Opinion

January 25, 2013

Jordan’s missed chances at reform

For all the upheaval the Arab revolutions have brought to the Middle East, and the tricky challenges they have created for the United States, it’s important to note that much of the region remains unchanged – and therefore vulnerable. While four autocratic rulers have been toppled – and a fifth, Bashar al-Assad, is teetering – none of the eight Arab monarchies have undergone a change of regime.

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