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January 2006

January 2006

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by C. Christine Fair and Husain Haqqani

Davos Diary 2006
by David Rothkopf

Seven Questions: Larry Diamond on Iraq
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How the French Fight Terror
by Marc Perelman

Sharon: Not the Prince of Peace
by Gideon Lichfield

Ignatieff for Canada
by David Sax

In Sharon’s Shadow
by Janine Zacharia

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