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The World Next Week: September 29, 2011

Hosts: James M. Lindsay, Director of Studies, CFR
Robert McMahon, Editor, CFR.org
Producer: Hagit Ariav, CFR.org
September 29, 2011

CFR's Director of Studies James Lindsay and CFR.org Editor Robert McMahon preview major world events in the week ahead.

In this week's podcast: the UN Human Rights Council debates Syria; Afghanistan marks a decade since the U.S.-led invasion; the 30th anniversary of Egyptian President Sadat's assassination is marked.


Theme music by Miguel Herrero under Creative Commons License


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