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Diyana Ishak The World in 2007, The Economist. It’s that time of year again. The new annual forecast is out, complete with bylines by the likes of John McCain, Madeleine Albright, and Angela Merkel. Kate Palmer A Vote for More Cooked Intelligence? by Mark Benjamin, Salon.com, Dec. 4, 2006. Is Bob Gates responsible for the ...

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Diyana Ishak

The World in 2007, The Economist. It's that time of year again. The new annual forecast is out, complete with bylines by the likes of John McCain, Madeleine Albright, and Angela Merkel.

Kate Palmer

Diyana Ishak

  • The World in 2007, The Economist. It’s that time of year again. The new annual forecast is out, complete with bylines by the likes of John McCain, Madeleine Albright, and Angela Merkel.

Kate Palmer

Travis Daub

  • Chessboard Endgame, by Gary Kasparov, Opinion Journal, Dec. 2, 2006. Obsessed with Iraq, we’ve lost sight of the rest of the world.

Jeff Marn

  • Will Bush Listen? by Evan Thomas, Newsweek, Dec. 11, 2006.
  • Fortune‘s exclusive interview with U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson.

Mike Boyer

  • Jimmy Carter Aloft, by Nick Paumgarten, New Yorker, Dec. 11, 2006. 
  • Is This Victory? by Tommy Franks, Stephen Biddle, Peter Charles Choharis, John M. Owen IV, Daniel Pipes, Gary Rosen, and Dov S. Zakheim, National Interest.

Aditya Tiwathia

  • Open-Source Spying, by Clive Thompson, New York Times Magazine, Dec. 3, 2006. A look into the lessons that spy agencies get from Wikipedia and the blogosphere.

Carolyn O’Hara

  • YouTube vs. Boob Tube, by Bob Garfield, Wired, December 2006. What Google gets for a billion and change.

Christine Chen

Carolyn O'Hara is a senior editor at Foreign Policy.
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