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I'm Back From Liberia and Under a (Self-Imposed) Quarantine in Brooklyn

by Laurie Garrett
Going from Monrovia, Liberia to Belgium to New York meant enduring power outages, fever checks, Ebola questionnaires, and the hallway from hell. But the hysteria that dominated America's view of Ebola and the open disdain for travelers from the hard-hit region that was the norm in the United States in late October have yielded to what seems a very rational, smart way of keeping track of returnees

The World Next Week: June 10, 2011

by Hagit Ariav with James M. Lindsay, Robert McMahon
A preview of world events in the coming week from Parliamentary elections are held in Turkey; Belgium goes a full year without a government; Russia and China hope to seal a gas deal; and Republican presidential candidates debate in New Hampshire.

Saved by the Crown

by Joshua Kurlantzick
Joshua Kurlantzick says that in light of recent political uprisings in world politics, "monarchy seems relevant again."
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Nigeria's Role in the Mali Intervention

Nigeria–the giant of West Africa–could be expected to play an outsized role in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) force to intervene in Mali. The commander of the force is...

Janine Hill

Director, Fellowship Affairs and Studies Strategic Planning

Former corporate lawyer and banker with expertise in international law and conflict prevention.


Bruce O. Riedel

Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Saban Center for Middle East Policy, Brookings Institution

A former CIA officer, Bruce Riedel focuses on political transition, terrorism and conflict resolution. He was a senior advisor to three U.S. presidents on Middle East and South Asian issues.

For more information, visit: Bruce Riedel at Brookings.