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The Middle East's Kings of Cowardice  - By Marc Lynch | Foreign Policy

The Middle East's Kings of Cowardice - By Marc Lynch | Foreign Policy www.foreignpolicy.com 39 TWEETS

The move badlybackfired on the Egyptian government: It inspired widespread global contempt for Morsy, global fame and celebrity forYoussef, a minor diplomatic crisis, and much-feared mockery by Jon Stewart. Youssef was even selected as one of TIME magazin

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Uncle Sam Wants Who? - By Rosa Brooks | Foreign Policy

Uncle Sam Wants Who? - By Rosa Brooks | Foreign Policy www.foreignpolicy.com 9 TWEETS

The reality is far more complex than any of these distortingstereotypes. What follows is a quick snapshot of the U.S. military community.The Basics: Age, Race, Gender, and Marital StatusStart with the basics, courtesy of DOD's most recent annual reporton

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Calm Before the Storm - By Michael Kugelman    | Foreign Policy

Calm Before the Storm - By Michael Kugelman | Foreign Policy www.foreignpolicy.com 73 TWEETS

Pakistan'sMay election, in which the country completed its first democratic transfer ofpower, appears to have put both capitals in a good mood. Shortly after hiselectoral triumph, Nawaz Sharif receiveda congratulatory call from President Barack Obama. Sin

www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2013/07/31/calm_before_the_storm_john_kerry_pakistan_relations

In Libya, They Really Are Out to Get You - By Christian Caryl | Foreign Policy

In Libya, They Really Are Out to Get You - By Christian Caryl | Foreign Policy www.foreignpolicy.com 153 TWEETS

The great English political theorist Thomas Hobbes once theorized about the"state of nature" that characterized human societies before the evolution ofmodern government. He imagined this condition as a bellum omnium contra omnes, a "war of

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