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The 1978 Revolution in Afghanistan. Thompson, Larry Clinton Travel narrative Feb 1, 2019 2549
The Focus On Asia As Caracas Continues The Chavez Shift. Dec 2, 2013 1094
Vietnamese Friend or Foe: U.S. foreign policy has often been highlighted by shortsightedness, disregard of foreign concerns, and regime-change operations--as shown in the lead-up to the Vietnam War. Kenny, Jack Nov 18, 2013 3764
After Chavez: will the death of Hugo Chavez help or hinder Latin America? van Wissen, Denise Column Sep 1, 2013 474
Post-Chavez Venezuela. Eppel, Sammy Brief article Jun 1, 2013 299
Venezuela after Chavez. Duddy, Patrick May 15, 2013 2617
Media as insurgent art: burying Hugo Chavez. Webb, Chris May 1, 2013 810
Chavez rest in peace, says Africa: the death of President Hugo Chavez (below) on 5 March, after a long battle with cancer, sparkea a wave of mourning, not just across Latin America but Africa as well. Charles Hayward explores his significance for Africans. Hayward, Charles Essay Apr 1, 2013 645
Death of an international strong man. Nashashibi, Sharif Hikmat Apr 1, 2013 1178
Editor's Observations. Editorial Mar 31, 2013 709
Unreality Check: From Kim To Kim In North Korea. Gourevitch, Philip Brief article Dec 22, 2011 207
Kim Jong-il's death: implications for North Korea's stability and U.S. policy. Manyin, Mark E. Report Dec 1, 2011 6156
Libya: transition and U.S. policy. Blanchard, Christopher M. Oct 3, 2011 15911
Sadat the man they couldn't weep for after assassination. Egypt, November 1981 Anwar Sadat was something of an enigma. Little he did as Egypt's president gained applause in his own country. Yet to Western leaders, he was something of a hero, particularly after his peace initiatives with the Israelis. Akbar Mustafa tells the full story of his assassination on 6 October 1981. Mustafa, Akbar Nov 1, 2010 1747
Death of President Lech Kaczynski highlights problems of the post-communist transition in Poland. May 1, 2010 862
The Arab tomorrow: the Arab world today is ruled by contradiction. Turmoil and stagnation prevail, as colossal wealth and hypermodern cities' collide with mass illiteracy and rage-filled imams. In this new diversity may lie disaster, or the makings of a better Arab future. Ottaway, David B. Jan 1, 2010 8299
This month in history. Oct 1, 2009 485
Death of Kim Dae-Jung. Brief article Oct 1, 2009 270
Corazon Aquino died; Philippine People Lost icon. Brief article Jul 31, 2009 195
Nkrumah never dies: this year marks 100 years of Kwame Nkrumah's birth. Ghana's new government is therefore setting up a fitting celebration in honour of the man who, in 2000, was voted by BBC listeners as the "Greatest African [of the 20th] Century". Stephen Gyasi Jnr reports from Accra. Jnr, Stephen Gyasi Jul 1, 2009 689
Sarkozy booed at Bongo's funeral: jeers and boos greeted French president Nicholas Sarkozy as he attended the funeral of Gabon's long-time president Omar Bongo. "We don't want you! Leave!" yelled some of those hurling insults at him. Jul 1, 2009 630
Omar Bongo and his worldly possessions: "[Francophone] Africa without France is like a car without a driver. But France without Africa is like a car without petrol"--Omar Bongo, president of Gabon, who died on 8 June after 42 years in power. Duodu, Cameron Jul 1, 2009 1598
Weeping South Koreans pack streets for Roh funeral. May 30, 2009 686
Turkmenistan's energy policy: risks and opportunities *. Berdikeeva, Saltanat Jul 1, 2007 4894
Arise saint Nyerere? Eze, Mercy Nov 1, 2006 669
Mozambique. Brief article Nov 1, 2006 195
Was Milosevic poisoned? Apr 3, 2006 468
"Pageantry of Woe": the funeral of Ulysses S. Grant. Waugh, Joan Jun 1, 2005 10718
EXTERNAL RELATIONS NEWS IN BRIEF. Brief Article Nov 4, 2004 295
Carnival of false mourning. Hughes, Lesley Jul 1, 2004 795

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