Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Barak Barfi

Barak Barfi is a research fellow at the New America Foundation.

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Qaddafi’s Long Shadow

The recent coup attempt in Libya has finally pierced the illusion that the dysfunctional central government can rule effectively. It also confronts the country's leaders – and their Western… read more

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World Affairs 6

The Failed State of Egypt?

The aggrieved supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and the jubilant protesters who pushed the military to remove him have divided Egypt into two irreconcilable camps, both reflecting … read more

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World Affairs 1

Rebuilding Libya

Six months after Libyan rebels took up arms against the country’s leader, Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, they have finally toppled him. But, if the rebels are to ensure their revolution’s long-term… read more

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