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In a recent CFR meeting, Archbishop Desmond Tutu discussed his role in the Elders, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, human rights violations around the globe, the ongoing struggle with race relations in South Africa, and the challenges of believing in God in a volatile world.
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In this CFR report, Bronwyn E. Bruton proposes a strategy to combat terrorism and promote development and stability in Somalia. She offers analysis and recommendations grounded in a realistic assessment of U.S. and international interests and capabilities.
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