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In Libya, They Come After You on Facebook

On December 10, a group of Libyan activists, journalists, lawyers, and judges gathered at the Canadian Embassy in Tunis to mark International Human Rights Day. ...

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The Promise and Peril of Falling Oil Prices

The 40 percent fall in oil prices since June will significantly reduce the coffers of oil producing states and oil companies while boosting other countries ...

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Can Burma’s Civil Society Find Its Voice Again?

The Burmese military is staging a comeback. Since the government launched its tentative liberalization process four years ago, the armed forces, the notorious Tatmadaw, have ...

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A Peaceful Kurdish Capital Gets a Brutal Wake-Up Call

ERBIL, Iraq — The call came in the middle of an interview. "There's been a bombing," Zhyar, my Kurdish assistant, told me. "Right in the center ...

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The Controversy Over Pyongyang’s Associated Press Bureau

The Controversy Over Pyongyang’s Associated Press Bureau

‘The Interview,’ Once Pulled from Theaters, Can Now Be Watched from Your Couch

‘The Interview,’ Once Pulled from Theaters, Can Now Be Watched from Your Couch

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