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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    Arabia and the Single Girl

    When a young Canadian heads to Yemen, she finds effusive hospitality, an eager guide—and a marriage proposal.
  • musharraf-returns-ovco03-giglio

    Here Comes Musharraf!

    The former Pakistani president has announced his plans to return to politics, But can he win?
  • arab-autumn-co01-carter

    The Arab Autumn

    Does America have the stomach to stand up for freedom once again? By Stephen L. Carter
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    Pacquiao

    Boxer, Godfather, saint, politician ... Is there anything in the world that Manny can’t do?
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    'Zionism Has Run Its Course'

    These startling words were uttered last week in Tel Aviv by 95-year-old Ruth Dayan, widow of one of Israel's founding fathers
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    The Martyr Who Wasn’t

    Google’s Wael Ghonim was the face of Egypt’s revolution. Now the revolution is struggling. Newsweek tracks down “El Shaheed.
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    France's Bitter Family Feud

    The scandals of L’Oréal heiress Liliane Bettencourt have shaken the French state and its president to the core.
  • jordan-khasawneh-OVNB03

    For King or for Country?

    As opposition groups in Jordan ask for more reforms, the country’s prime minister–designate will need to walk a careful line.
  • korea-video-games-OV10

    Online Cravings

    South Korea is the most-wired country in the world—and online games are the new drug of choice for its youth.
  • iran-assassins-saudi-arabia-OVNB03-tease

    Iran’s Shadowy Assassins

    The Revolutionary Guard unit behind Iran’s alleged plot to snuff the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the U.S.