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Jocelyne Cesari's op-ed in The Washington Post

March 20, 2013

The dominant consensus is that this intervention was costly and, at the end, not productive. Some go so far as saying that it has set back prospects of democracy in the region. Against this negative backdrop, it is however possible to see a few positive albeit fragile signs like belief in democracy and shared political concerns across all the religious and ethnic communities.

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