AMMAN, Jordan (AP) - For
Jordan's King Abdullah II, preventing the Arab world's wave of uprisings
from washing into to his country has been an exercise in careful
calibration -- easing his absolute grip on power just enough to defuse
elections, the centerpiece of the king's reforms, will be a crucial test
of his policy in the face of powerful Islamists' demands for more
public say in politics.
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