Arab democracy hopes alive but struggling

Four years after the Arab spring brought hopes of democratic change to the Arab world, the political repression that sparked the popular uprisings has been often been replaced by more autocracy, civil unrest or worse. Some Arab countries like Morocco have made progress towards greater civil liberties, but this is under threat because of growing security fears in the region, Borzou Daragahi tells Fiona Symon

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