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    Interview: Viktor Ivanov

    Russia’s top antinarcotics official, a former KGB officer and ally of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, speaks about why his country must help its southern neighbors fight drugs.
  • spain-mariano-rajoy-OVNB02

    Mariano Rajoy

    Spain’s prime minister–elect is a professed Catholic with a notably Protestant ethos.
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    Alek Wek's Hunger Diary

    Africa is famished. America is fat. Sudanese-born model Alek Wek, now living in Brooklyn, knows both worlds. As told to Abigail Pesta.
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    Nuclear Power Goes Rogue

    Post-Fukushima, the market for nuclear power is changing latitudes. Here’s what’s at stake.
  • A soldier tries to separate protesters from riot police in Tahrir Square.

    The Real Revolution Begins

    Getting rid of Mubarak was the easy part. Taking on Egypt’s military leadership will be far more difficult.
  • iran-ahmadinejad-OVCO03

    Iran's Rasputin

    The president’s chief of staff is the man behind the throne—and the Supreme Leader wants him gone.
  • defense-spending-ferguson-co03

    Congress's $492 Billion Bet

    Congress is poised to slash defense spending. Great idea—as long as China remains our buddy and the Middle East embraces brotherly love.
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    Middle East: Bloody Democracy

    As chaos flared on the streets of Cairo Saturday, Newsweek looks at Egypt's fears of violence as its first free elections near.
  • taliban-haqqani-OVNB03

    Dueling Manifestos

    A Taliban letter sounds a newly moderate note while the Haqqani faction puts out a how-to book for jihad.
  • gorky-park-OV11

    Holy Middle Class!

    Moscow’s Gorky Park used to be a place to avoid. Now it’s a magnet for the Russian bourgeoisie.
  • imran-khan-nb20

    Imran Khan

    The popular Pakistani politician and former cricket player talks about what’s next in Afghanistan, what his country can learn from China, and the fallout from the U.S. raid on Osama bin Laden.
  • kurdish-kids-turkey-OVCO01

    A Civil War Revived

    Turkey’s prime minister promised peace with the country’s Kurdish separatists. A year later, violence between the two sides is worse than ever.
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    Moscow Mon Amour

    Meet a mega-rich Pygmalion, his coarse ‘creation,’ and a romantic who battles the wrecking ball.
  • Yemen Self portrait

    Arabia and the Single Girl

    When a young Canadian heads to Yemen, she finds effusive hospitality, an eager guide—and a marriage proposal.