WPR Top 10 April 12-18

The most-read WPR articles during the last seven days: 1. The Limits of the Surge: An Interview with Gian Gentile2. Misreading the Surge Threatens Army’s Conventional Capabilities3. French Complicity in the Rwandan Genocide: An Interview with Jean-Paul Gouteux4. British, Russian Support May Not Save Ambitious Nuclear Power Club5. Chinese Claims of Olympic Terrorist Plots Seem Suspect6. Corridors of Power: Pope Benedict XVI’s U.S. Visit7. NATO Cancels Local Afghan Police Program Amid Sedition Fears8. With Decline in Development Aid, Japan Fears Losing Diplomatic Clout9. Success in Bucharest: The Half-a-Loaf Doctrine10. In Brazil, Internet Access Grows Rapidly, Even Among Poor

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