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In case you haven’t seen our most recent Web exclusives, you’re really missing out. Here’s what’s free online this week at ForeignPolicy.com: The List: The Iraq Turning Points That Weren’t – A look back at all the so-called “turning points” that turned out to be anything but. The Agony of Victory – Jacob Leibenluft lays ...

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In case you haven't seen our most recent Web exclusives, you're really missing out. Here's what's free online this week at ForeignPolicy.com:

The List: The Iraq Turning Points That Weren't - A look back at all the so-called "turning points" that turned out to be anything but.
The Agony of Victory - Jacob Leibenluft lays out why China's likely victory in the 2008 medals count could be more important than what happens off the field.
Seven Questions: How to Deal with Irrational Exuberance - Renowned economist Robert Shiller explains the subprime mortgage mess, the psychology of the markets, and how you can hedge your losses when housing prices tank.

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