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CAIRO DISPATCH: Government Shows Nervousness

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Protests Demand Mubarak’s Ouster

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Egypt Sees Protests A La Tunisia

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Hezbollah Threatens Civil War in Lebanon

Hezbollah Threatens Civil War in Lebanon

Hezbollah's leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah has openly stated that he expects some members of his political party will be indicted, but he vows not to hand them over to be prosecuted. Pro-Syrian Christian politician Suleiman Franjieh recently stated in a television interview on September 23 that if Hezbollah members are indicted "there will be war in Lebanon."

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Thinking big? Start small (to medium).

Thinking big? Start small (to medium).

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Brazil and the Middle East

Brazil and the Middle East

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Warning Signs from the Palestinian Territories?

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Linking Foreign Policy and Development Goals in Egypt

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Punish the Victim? Iraqi Teenage Girl Imprisoned for Her Role in an Attempted Suicide Bombing

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