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Alexander Cooley and Daniel H. Nexon

For years, Pentagon officials took comfort in the relative stability of Bahrain, which serves as a major base for the U.S. military. But the protests in the country have raised concerns that it will evict U.S. forces -- part of a broader pattern that is jeopardizing U.S. basing agreements around the world.

This article appears in the Foreign Affairs/CFR eBook, The New Arab Revolt.

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