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21 Nov

Events of Interest and Analyses, A Foreign Perspective

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Cairo clashes cast doubts over Egypt vote

 
Tahrir Square protest continues to grow after two days of fighting with security forces left at least 22 people dead.
Last Modified: 21 Nov 2011 14:36 GMT

Middle East

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US debt-reduction panel on brink of failure

 
Inability to reach tax hike agreement contributes to US government’s lowest approval rating in history.
Last Modified: 21 Nov 2011 16:09 GMT

Americas

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Cairo clashes cast doubts over Egypt vote

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Herman Cain and the conservative victimology

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Why haven’t the 2011 protests hit Russia?

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Turkish bus ambushed by Syrian gunmen

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Iranian nuclear programme not about Israel

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Chuck Grassley’s Senate: American idiots

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Fifth column of the postmodern kind

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Gaddafi’s fugitive former spy chief arrested

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The deep roots of conservative radicalism

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Explainer: Why Egypt matters

 

A firewall should be built between USAid and the defence department

William Easterly: US foreign aid programmes should be for poverty relief and should not be taken over by national security interests, abetted by delusions of nation-building
Krauze cartoon

In Cain and Perry’s gaffes, the Republicans’ degradation is laid bare

Gary Younge: Herman Cain and Rick Perry may look foolish now – but their bizarre statements are the result of their party’s decline
 
UC Davis pepper spray
UC Davis campus police use pepper spray on students – video

21 Nov 2011: Video (2min 43sec)Video has emerged of the moment police at the University of California, Davis used pepper spray to disperse students taking part in an Occupy protest

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