WPR On Vacation

In our first holiday since launching one year ago, World Politics Review is not publishing this week. We’ll be back on July 9. In the meantime, check out two features for which we briefly suspended our publishing hiatus: a translation of a recent interview with Taliban commander Mansoor Dadullah, and our latest World Politics Review video report. Speaking of video, last week WPR editor Guy Taylor conducted the first in what will become a series of Webcasts with WPR contributors around the world. Watch his “Editor’s Desk” interview with Luke Hunt in Hong Kong. To browse the latest WPR video, […]

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