Protests in Morocco have been met with limited moves toward reform by the country's absolute monarch, King Mohammed VI. In an e-mail interview, Lise Storm, senior lecturer in Middle East Politics at the University of Exeter's Institute for Arab and Islamic Studies, discussed the process of political reform in Morocco.
WPR: How does Morocco compare to other countries in the region in terms of political rights and freedoms? ...
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