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The FP Twitterati 100

A who's who of the foreign-policy Twitterverse in 2011.

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Syria in splinters

DAMASCUS, Syria — The calm that has reigned along the Syria-Israel border for 37 years was broken on Sunday, May 15, when hundreds of Palestinians ...

The Middle East Channel

Does the world belong in Libya’s war?

Thursday's U.N. Security Council Resolution 1973, which authorizes international intervention into Libya to protect civilians, is the first time the world has pursued humanitarian intervention ...

The Middle East Channel

The revolution reaches Damascus

DAMASCUS, Syria — Until this week, it appeared that Syria might be immune from the turmoil that has gripped the Middle East. But trouble may ...

Dispatch

The Revolution Reaches Damascus

Recent protests in Syria show that the Assad regime is just as vulnerable to popular rage as the region's other autocracies.

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Ranking the Rich 2003

In a groundbreaking new ranking, FOREIGN POLICY teamed up with Center for Global Development to create the first annual CGD/FP Commitment to Development Index, which grades 21 rich nations on whether their aid, trade, migration, investment, peacekeeping, and environmental policies help or hurt poor nations. Find out why the Netherlands ranks first and why the world's two largest aid givers -- the United States and Japan -- finish last.

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Foreign Policy’s Twitterati 100

Twitter enables breaking news and  ideas to travel at the speed of your fingers. Here, in no particular order, are the 100 best Twitter users in international affairs.

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FOREIGN POLICY Wins National Magazine Award, Magazine Industry’s Highest Honor

Two and one-half years after it relaunched from a quarterly academic journal to a bimonthly, full-color magazine, FOREIGN POLICY is the winner of the 2003 ...

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