WPR Top 10 Dec. 1-7

The top 10 most-read World Politics Review articles from the past week: 1. Ethnic Minorities in Kosovo Still Lack Freedom of Movement2. Ségolène Royal and the War in France’s Banlieues3. Somalia’s Humanitarian Crisis Continues to Degenerate4. Defense Secretary Gates’ Radical Soft Power Proposal5. Iran NIE Deepens U.N. Security Council Rift on Sanctions6. Following Unrest, Georgia Looks Ahead to Crucial Elections Next Year7. Rights & Wrongs: China, Egypt, Rwanda and More8. Iran Intelligence Estimate Could Reduce Fears of Middle East Arms Race9. Kosovo’s Divided City of Mitrovica Warily Awaits Independence10. Embattled African Union Peacekeepers Defense Mogadishu ‘Bridgehead’

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