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>> More than Rhetorical Support Needed for Democracy
September 16, 1:34pm
Yesterday, on the occasion of International Day of Democracy, the Embassy of Lithuania organized a half-day public event on Capitol ...
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>> Must-see Documentary on Bahrain
August 5, 6:51pm
Be sure to check out this outstanding Al Jazeera documentary that chronicles the peaceful movement for democratic reform in Bahrain ...
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>> GCC to Include Monarchs Beyond Gulf?
May 11, 2:48am
On Tuesday, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) welcomed membership bids from Jordan and Morocco, apparently unfazed by the fact that ...
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>> Keeping up with Syria
May 8, 2:46am
The Syrian regime's success in keeping international media out of the country makes it difficult to keep up with developments ...
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Protesters, U.S. Call for the Reformation of Lebanese
March 14 members rallied in the Ashrafieh neighborhood of Beirut to protest the bombing assassination of  General Wissam al-Hassan. ...
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Turkey: Hunger Strikes, U.S. Assistance, and Press Freedom
U.S. Vice Chairman of the Join Chiefs of Staff Admiral James Winnefeld visited Turkey to discuss ...
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Brahimi: Syrian Govt Agrees to Eid Ceasefire
According to reports, the Syrian government has agreed to a ceasefire during the holiday of ...
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