A Human Rights Assessment of Five Years of King Abdullah’s Reforms in Saudi Arabia
September 27, 2010

This 52-page report assesses five years of Saudi reforms under King Abdullah from a human rights perspective. It finds that reform has manifested itself chiefly in greater tolerance for diverse opinions and an expanded public role for women, but that royal initiatives have been largely symbolic, with only modest concrete gains or institutional protection for rights.

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ISBN: 1-56432-691-8