5 great reads for your weekend
Why al Qaeda will miss Abu Yahya al-Libi
BY JARRET BRACHMAN
The secret whistle-blower who brought down Pakistani Sesame Street
BY JOSH ROGIN
Egyptian state TV drums up fear of spies
BY DAVID KENNER
Are political scientists finally becoming cool?
MLADIC IN THE HAGUE
A child's encounter with a war criminal caught on video
BY MICHAEL DOBBS
A message to Angela Merkel from Billy Joel
BY PHIL LEVY
Six ways to choose allies
A grim anniversary in Burma
BY MIN ZIN
No One Really Wants Peace in The Middle East
BY ELLIOTT ABRAMS
The Best Photos Of the Week
Terrorism, Racism, and Brutality: Ukraine Hosts a Soccer Tournament
Why the U.S. Can’t Win an Arms Race With China
BY ROBERT HADDICK
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