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The Saudi Arabian Electoral ‘Experiment’ Continues
ROB L. WAGNER: There has been a lot of criticism of Saudi Arabia’s upcoming municipal elections. Some groups, however, know how best to work the system.
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Saudis in ‘Tug of War’ Over Women’s Vote
ROB L. WAGNER: Guaranteeing rights for women has taken a backseat to what the government sees as the more pressing issue of economic stability…