All that’s fit

Supporters of the ousted Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi march in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, March 28, 2014. Hundreds of Egyptian protesters took to the streets Friday, some clashing with security forces, to protest the decision by former military chief Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to run in upcoming presidential elections. (Credit: AP Photo/Amru Taha)

Supporters of the ousted Egypt’s ousted President Mohamed Morsi march in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, March 28, 2014. Hundreds of Egyptian protesters took to the streets Friday, some clashing with security forces, to protest the decision by former military chief Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to run in upcoming presidential elections. (Credit: AP Photo/Amru Taha)

The best reporting and analysis for the week 23-29 March 2014:

Al Qaeda’s American propagandist notes death of terror group’s representative in Syria by Bill Roggio, The Long War Journal

Government Remains Confident, While Stretching its Manpower in Latakia by Karen Leigh, Syria Deeply

Obama Approval of Manpads for Rebels Would Violate US Agreements, Policy, and Endanger Airliners by James McMichael, Syria Comment

Syria’s borders: State of play, The Economist

The Obama Doctrine by Gary Sick, Project on Middle East Political Science

Sisi 2014! by Steve Cook, Foreign Policy

Egypt’s Judges Strike Back by Ursula Lindsey, The New Yorker

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