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Mar 28 2011

What Can We Expect In The 2011-2012 Singapore General Elections?

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By Mustafa Izzudin. Given that the pace has picked up in anticipation of the 2011-2012 Singapore General Elections (GE), what are the realistic prospects for the opposition this time around, and what are some of the considerations to be taken … Continue reading

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Mar 3 2011

Russia and the Winter of Revolutions in the Arab World

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By Dmitri Trenin The Winter of Revolutions in the Arab world has been big news in Russia. There are several reasons for that. To begin with, Tunisia and especially Egypt – over 1 million Russian visitors a year – are … Continue reading

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Feb 7 2011

Egypt: The protests in historical context

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By Guy Burton It has been hard to keep up with the current protests in Egypt and what the eventual outcome might be. Indeed, only a few weeks ago, as Tunisians’ ‘Jasmine revolution’ gathered pace, it was not certain it … Continue reading

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