Spain's close counterterrorism cooperation with Morocco provides a model for effective international efforts to prevent terrorist attacks.
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The Moroccan government, emboldened by a Trump administration policy shift, is cracking down on Sahrawi activists.
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Monarchs escaped the uprisings relatively unscathed, but now face mounting problems and are turning to more repressive policies to limit dissent.
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Recent U.S. recognition of Morocco’s sovereignty over the disputed Western Sahara territory grants Morocco a significant diplomatic win, albeit one with an uncertain future, and opens a new and unpredictable chapter in the conflict.
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Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared on Markaz.
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