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  • Latest threat to the Eurozone: Catalonia independence quest

     
    Global Focus: Just when it seemed stability was on the horizon for the tumultuous Eurozone, with Spain getting a grip on its debt financing and a plan to bail out insolvent banks, a fresh threat to the common currency has emerged with Catalonia's...
  • U.S., allies marshaling African proxies for fight against terrorism

     
    Global Focus: “A quarrel in a far-away country between people of whom we know nothing.” That was how British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain saw the Nazi threat against the Czech Sudetenland in 1938, a sentiment freshly evoked among war-...
  • Sham in Iran

    Sham in Iran
    Today's topic: Was the Iran presidential election truly fraudulent, or is there any way incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad could have won by a 2-1 margin? Why would the supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, show his hand like this? Point: Matthew Duss I think...
  • Japan's crisis may have already derailed 'nuclear renaissance'

    Japan's crisis may have already derailed 'nuclear renaissance'
    The nuclear crisis in Japan, even if authorities are able to bring damaged reactors under control, has cast doubts on the future of nuclear power as a clean-energy solution in the United States and around the globe. Before the recent events in Japan, the...
  • Iran moderates rare as hen's teeth: Gates

     
    by Frank James Defense Secretary Robert Gates spoke at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington today of, among other things, the need for the U.S. to modernize its nuclear weapons capability. I'll deal with what he said on......
  • LIBYA: Political power struggle amid rumors of Kadafi family feud

     
    Recent developments in Libya suggest the political power struggle between moderates and the country's conservative old guard is back in full swing -- a spat some speculators trace to a rift in the inner circle of leader Moammar Kadafi's family.......
  • ALGERIA: Oil revenues will not prevent social upheaval, says analyst

     
    [Editor's note: Analysts of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace are included among contributors to Babylon & Beyond. Carnegie is renowned for its political, economic and social analysis of the Middle East. The views represented are the author's...
  • EGYPT: Unrest poses short-term economic challenges, long-term opportunities

     
    [Editor's note: Analysts at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace are included among contributors to Babylon & Beyond. Carnegie is renowned for its political, economic and social analysis of the Middle East. The views represented are the author's...
  • EGYPT: Time to get down to the nuts and bolts of democracy, analyst urges

     
    [Editor's note: Analysts at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace are among the contributors to Babylon & Beyond. Carnegie is renowned for its political, economic and social analysis of the Middle East. The views represented are the author's.]...
  • Guest list: Hillary Clinton on ‘This Week’; George Soros on ‘Fareed Zakaria GPS’; Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on ‘Fox News Sunday’

     
    The Wisconsin budget battle will be discussed by that state's governor, Republican Scott Walker, on "Fox News Sunday" this weekend. The program airs at 9 a.m. Sunday on WOFL-Channel 35....
  • EGYPT: Transition should put mechanisms and measures before personalities

     
    Editor's note: Analysts at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace are included among contributors to Babylon & Beyond. Carnegie is renowned for its political, economic and social analysis of the Middle East. The views represented are the author'...