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Said Sultan Al Hashimi
[The following is the latest from the Arab Reform Initiative on Oman.] From February to mid-May 2011, an intense wave of protests swept the sultanate of Oman. As a result, the country has undergone changes on many levels: political, social, and economic. It is striking that in contrast to the revolutions in Egypt, Tunisia, and Libya, these protests did not call for the fall of the regime but were restricted to demands for social justice, improved ...Keep Reading »
Said Sultan Al Hashimi is a Omani Researcher and Writer.
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