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Weekend Reading: Wasting Capital on a New Capital, Jihadism in Tunisia, and Israel’s Election

March 20, 2015

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Khaled Fahmy criticizes the Egyptian government’s plan to invest money in building a new capital rather than fixing Cairo’s endemic problems.

Simon Cordall investigates the social and intellectual appeal of jihadism in Tunisia.

Michael Koplow examines what the recent Israeli election shows about Israeli voting patterns and the likely policies of the incoming government.

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