March 7, 2011

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A Fear of Three Letters

Traveling through Ingushetia, a republic where people are more frightened of Russia's shadowy security forces than the Islamist militants.

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Still Fighting in Cairo

Egypt's revolution continues into another day.

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¡Viva la Recesión!

Are bad economies good for democracy?

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FP Book Club: Charles Kenny’s Getting Better

An FP discussion on contributing editor Charles Kenny's new book: Are we winning the global war on human suffering?

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Understanding Libya’s Michael Corleone

The international community saw Muammar's Western-educated, reform-minded son as the best hope for a freer, more democratic Libya. Did they get him wrong?

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For Better or for Worse

The Arab Spring has brought a lot of uncertainty to Washington's dealings in the Middle East. But if anyone thinks that means breaking up with Israel, or abandoning other Arab autocrats, they've surely jumped the gun.

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