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Mark LeVine
Mark LeVine is a professor of history at UC Irvine.
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Americans are being lied to about the deficit
Republicans want to gut social safety nets, not cut the US deficit.
Pepper spray nation
With most of the UC board of regents being in the 1%, student demonstrators should expect more police brutality.
The battle of Cairo's Muhammad Mahmoud Street
The street battles taking place in Cairo are emblematic of its Second Revolution: tear gas, hair gel and tramadol.
Bahrain: Shouting in the dark
The story of the Arab revolution that was abandoned by the Arabs, forsaken by the West and forgotten by the world.
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Egypt's 12,001 missing votes
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Iran: domestic power plays
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How one Tanzanian village is fighting AIDS
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Neutralising Burma's ethnic rebellions
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A democratic Burma?
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Famine as a crime against humanity
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A shift from the Middle East to the Pacific
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Pakistan: Going rogue
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The DRC votes: What next?
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Thought crime in Washington
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A modest proposal for Occupy Wall Street
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Services without tears
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The China bears' feeble growl
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Is it time to occupy the highways?
Nikolas Kozloff
Syria Uprising
Syrian security forces continue violent crackdown on anti-government protests despite sanctions.
  
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