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Arab Spring in Tatters
The name of the Arab world’s most populous country, which also happens to be the second largest recipient of American foreign aid, barely passes the lips of Washington foreign policy elites. But three years after overthrowing its latest pharaoh and becoming a symbol of hope for the region, Egypt is a mess.
Saving Syria: A Dearth of Women and Ideas
outside the Palace of Nations, the United Nations headquarters in Geneva where the Syrian war was being debated, demonstrators held up signs: Your Silence is Killing Children.
The CIA Was Saudi Arabia’s Personal Shopper
audi Arabia has long been a back-room player in the Middle East’s nuclear game of thrones, apparently content to bankroll the ambitions of Pakistan and Iraq (under Saddam Hussein) to counter the rise of its mortal enemy, Iran.
No Fairy-Tale Ending
whatever happened to Happily Ever After? No storybook princess was ever asked to explain whether she was on the take. In Spain, however, the royal family finds itself in a legal mess that could alter the way the constitutional monarchy is seen both at home and abroad
The Perks of Being a Whistle-blower
gregory Lynam was watching President Obama’s helicopter land at the White House several blocks away from his 12th-floor office when his desk phone rang. A middle-aged man speaking nervously in a vaguely European accent identified himself as “John,” then blurted out a secret: He knew the inner workings of a multibillion-dollar tax-evasion scheme by his employer, a Fortune 500 company.