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Egypt After Mubarak
Marwan Muasher, Marina Ottaway, Michele Dunne, and Nathan Brown assess the latest developments in Egypt, evaluate Mubarak’s rule and potential successors, and explain what a new leader could mean for Egypt, the Arab world, the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and the United States.
 
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Writing from Cairo, Amr Hamzawy explains that a peaceful transition of power is dependent on the current regime responding to the demands Egyptians are raising.
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The EU must step up its efforts to bolster North Africa’s private sector and dismantle its own agricultural protectionism, says Sinan Ülgen.
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In light of the latest terrorist attack at Moscow’s Domodedovo airport, Dmitri Trenin writes that terrorists are exploiting Russia's lack of public security. The Russian government must do more to close security loopholes.
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China’s Economic Transformation
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Protests in Tunisia pushed President Ben Ali to flee the country and sparked mass protests in the Arab World. Unrest has now spread to Egypt, Jordan, and Yemen. Will Tunisia be the beginning of a new wave of change?
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From Tunisia to Egypt: Protests in the Arab World
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Media Freedom in Egypt
Although independent media has thrived in Egypt over the last decade, the government imposed unusual restrictions on traditional and new media in the run up to November 2010 parliamentary elections.
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U.S.-China Relations at a Crossroads: Briefing on Hu Jintao's State Visit
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How to Stop the Rise in Food Price Volatility
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In response to the unrest in the Arab world, developing countries have begun stockpiling food staples, sending commodity prices soaring. Hafez Ghanem examines the developing world’s vulnerability to food price shocks.
Overcoming Mistrust
q&a Open communication between the U.S. and Chinese governments and militaries can help overcome mutual distrust and create opportunities to tackle the world's most critical problems, explains Paul Haenle.
The European Union’s Role in North Africa
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Sinan Ülgen explains that the EU can help the economic development of North African countries by aiding region’s private sector and accelerating the dismantling of its own agricultural protectionism.
India’s Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft Decision
report Ashley Tellis explains how India’s new medium multi-role combat aircraft will play an essential role in India’s transformation from a regional power to a global giant. The company awarded the contract to build the fighter will gain an important toehold in a lucrative market.
The Arab World in Crisis: Redefining Arab Moderation
policy outlook Arab moderates must realize that they cannot limit their moderation to the Arab-Israeli peace process if they hope to remain credible in the eyes of a public demanding serious domestic reforms, explains Marwan Muasher.
Understanding China’s Economy
q&a Yukon Huang says President Hu Jintao’s visit to Washington offers a much-needed opportunity for both countries to look for new ways to reduce currency, trade, and broader economic tensions.
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Too Late for Reform Now
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Media Reform in Lebanon: New Media, New Politics?
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What Tunisia Proved—and Disproved—about Political Change in the Arab World
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2011
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Time to Overhaul the European Union’s Role in North Africa
THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 2011
Can Developing Countries Continue to Lead Global Growth?
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How to Stop the Rise in Food Price Volatility
THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 2011
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'Jaitapur Not a Done Deal'
THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 2011
Russian Parliament Likely to Pass U.S. Nuclear Pact
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Gates, China Discuss Nuclear Strategy
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The Day of Anger—A New Protest Scene in Egypt
AMR HAMZAWY
FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 2011
The ongoing protests in Egypt, marked by an emphasis on domestic issues, a lack of ideological rhetoric, and a record presence of youth, have created a real opening for broadened popular participation and reform.
Protest Movements and Political Change in the Arab World
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Protest Movements and Political Change in the Arab World
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The Egyptian Protests
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China’s Economic Transformation
YUKON HUANG, PAUL HAENLE
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2010
In spite of China’s high growth rates, the country still faces a number of economic challenges, from trade tensions with the West to reducing income inequality domestically.
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A Place in the Sun or Fifteen Minutes of Fame? Understanding Turkey’s New Foreign Policy
SINAN ÜLGEN
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010
While Turkey’s vote against additional UN Security Council sanctions on Iran was viewed by some as a sign that Turkey is drifting away from the West, in reality the relationship is much more complicated.
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80 Years Since Boris Yeltsin’s Birth
ANDREI RYABOV
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2011
Yeltsin was a revolutionary who destroyed the old order rather than building a new system. As a result, his years in power were often turbulent, but ultimately he managed to help Russia avoid collapse and civil war.
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