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The Egyptian giant stirs
President Hosni Mubarak's decision to resign his office constitutes a momentous event in modern Egyptian history. After 18 days of nationwide mass protest, this dictator of 30 years' standing finally acted on the truth he had seemed incapable ...

The case for faster justice
Yes, the wheels of justice grind slowly, but should they move at such an excruciatingly sluggish pace? The sense of satisfaction that the law does catch up with the high and mighty, exemplified by the Supreme Court of India's conviction of ...

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Russian reaction restrained & cautious
By Vladimir Radyuhin

There are strong fears in Russia that foreign support for insurgency in North Caucasus may grow if radical Islamic groups gain power in Egypt and other Arab countries.

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Growth and other concerns
While economic growth is an important boon for enhancing living conditions, its reach depends on what we do with the fruits of growth.

Algerians take their cue from Egypt and Tunisia
Riot police officers stifled a protest in Algeria's capital on Saturday by hundreds of people voicing the same demands for change that have helped topple two of the region's autocratic governments over the last month. Gathering in the ...

How the media covered the Egyptian uprising
The stirring events in Egypt, culminating in the end of the hated and venal Hosni Mubarak dictatorship, have held the world in thrall and gladdened democratic hearts everywhere. There are questions about what the armed forces, which have taken ...

Rwandan leader sentenced
A prominent Rwandan opposition leader, Bernard Ntaganda, who was accused of stoking ethnic tensions, was sentenced on Friday night to four years in jail, Rwandan authorities said. “There is no place for hate speech and divisionism in ...

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