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How Women Made Their Mark on the World In 2012

How Women Made Their Mark on the World In 2012

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5 Foreign Policy Challenges Obama Can Tackle From Home

5 Foreign Policy Challenges Obama Can Tackle From Home

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Myanmar on Edge

Myanmar on Edge

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Mali Explainer: A Q&A with Gregory Mann

Mali Explainer: A Q&A with Gregory Mann

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India Boosts Ties with Africa, AU

India Boosts Ties with Africa, AU

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Africa Day

Africa Day

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30th Anniversary of Bob Marley's Death Marked Around the World

30th Anniversary of Bob Marley's Death Marked Around the World

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U.S.-AU Disconnect on Libya

U.S.-AU Disconnect on Libya

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AU Chairman: ICC Singles Out African Leaders

AU Chairman: ICC Singles Out African Leaders

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Webcast Today: AU Chair to Address U.S. Institute of Peace

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Cote D'Ivoire: Une autre intervention

Cote D'Ivoire: Une autre intervention

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Obama to Partners: Share the Burden

Obama to Partners: Share the Burden

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AU Mission in Somalia Gets Boost

AU Mission in Somalia Gets Boost

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Tiger Mom has nothing on Dear Leader

Tiger Mom has nothing on Dear Leader

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Museveni: Qaddafi Bad, Intervention Worse

Museveni: Qaddafi Bad, Intervention Worse

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About the Author

Robert Nolan
Robert Nolan

Robert Nolan is Editor-in-Chief of New Media at the Foreign Policy Association and a writer and producer of the Great Decisions Television Series on PBS. A former Peace Corps volunteer in Zimbabwe and graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, he has interviewed numerous heads of state, Nobel Prize winners, artists and musicians, and policymakers.

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