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  • The Monitor's View Arab uprising: What to do with dictators?

    Immunity or prosecution for the dictators of Yemen, Egypt, Tunisia, and Libya? Trends favor prosecution, but it must be justly carried out.
    04/21/2011 05:45 pm

  • The Monitor's View Splitsville in Libya?

    A military stalemate could result in de facto partition of Libya, with Muammar Qaddafi controlling the west and rebels the east. That wouldn't be good for Libya or regional stability.
    04/15/2011 04:53 pm

  • The Tiger's Wife

    A deathless man and a woman who loved tigers star in one of the most highly anticipated books of 2011.
    03/18/2011 07:10 am

  • Frankfurt gunman in US airmen killing kept radical company on Facebook

    Arid Uka, who confessed to killing two US airmen at the Frankfurt airport Wednesday, had links with radical groups online but is believed to have acted on his own.
    03/04/2011 05:24 pm

  • Why Qaddafi is losing parts of Libya

    As Qaddafi's rule frays, so do some of the ties that bind Libya together. Geography is one force that could pull the country apart. But the promise of oil profits might help it stick together.
    02/23/2011 02:11 pm

  • South Sudan set to join ranks of five of the world's newest countries

    The South Sudan referendum ended with an overwhelming vote for independence – 99.57 percent of those polled voted for it – and put the region officially on track to become independent in July. How often is a country born? (Or wrested from territory of an already existing one?) Here’s a look at five of the most recent declarations of independence:
    02/08/2011 02:27 pm

  • How 5 revolutions got their names

    Questions are cropping up about the appropriateness of calling Tunisia's uprising the "Jasmine Revolution" – stemming from the fact that the term has been used in reference to Syria in 2005 and even the path that brought ousted Tunisian President Ben Ali to power. But the moniker could stick, at least partially because it's become a tradition of sorts to name the revolutions of the 2000s after colors and flowers and even household items. Here's an overview of some of the popular revolutions – and their nicknames – that preceded Tunisia's ... whatever you want to call it:
    01/19/2011 04:15 pm

  • Opinion Would a nuclear-armed Iran really be so dangerous?

    Advocates of military strikes against Iranian nuclear facilities assume that a nuclear-armed Iran would be able to blackmail its neighbors. History suggests that's wrong.
    01/12/2011 11:53 am

  • The Monitor's View After Sudan vote on partition, Obama cannot rest

    The US helped quell the deadly conflict in Africa's largest country. After the Jan. 9 referendum on sucession in south Sudan, President Obama can't afford to let fighting resume.
    01/03/2011 03:18 pm

  • The Monitor's View Outside pressure is welcome after election fraud in Belarus, Ivory Coast

    Defenders of autocrats in Belarus and Ivory Coast warn the world not to interfere in internal affairs in those countries. The world should do just that.
    12/21/2010 04:02 pm

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