WPR Top 10 Oct. 28-Nov. 3

Here are the top 10 most read WPR articles for last week (Sunday Oct. 28 – Saturday Nov. 3): 1. Armenian Genocide: the Lobbying Behind the Congressional Resolution2. Will Africa Rival the Middle East as a U.S. Oil Supplier?3. Russian Leaders Putin and Lavrov Walk Cautiously in Tehran4. U.S. Military Counterintelligence Activities Raise Privacy Concerns5. Russia in a Multipolar World: Russian Independent Media on Putin’s Visit to Iran6. European Ambivalence Threatens NATO Afghanistan Mission7. Islamist-Communist Alliance in South Asia: Hyperbole or Hazard?8. As Uzbekistan Gets Set for Presidential Pill, Karimov Reelection Appears Likely9. America is Somehow to Blame: German Public […]

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