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Hodan Osman couldn’t stamp out Somalia’s endemic corruption. But she made sure the country’s soldiers got paid.
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To succeed, the protesters will have to overcome old regional and class divides—and new ones, along generational lines.
The Dangerous Illusion of Restraining U.S. Power
The Dangerous Illusion of Restraining U.S....
Jonathan Schanzer is the senior vice president for research at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.