Bahraini revolution

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Riyadh has the luxury of waiting for oil prices to revive. For now the priority is keeping the domestic situation quiet and keeping other autocrats in power abroad.

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As the Arab Spring approaches its fourth anniversary, the Arab world generally is at risk of heading towards a future without politics.

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The securitization of Bahrain seems difficult to reverse, particularly because it has shifted the power in intra-ruling family struggles more toward the security-minded branches of the family.

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Upcoming elections in Bahrain are likely to prompt more opposition protests, rather than providing a means of channeling and containing opposition activity.

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Why did they fail? The rule of law never took root. Too often, the color revolution governments acted above or with little regard to the democratic legal standard to which they held their predecessors

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