WPR Top 10: The Most-Read of 2007

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As we prepare to ring in a new year here at WPR, and look forward to bringing you more insightful and thought-provoking news, analysis and commentary on international affairs, we pause briefly to look back at 2007. Here are WPR’s top 10 most popular news and commentary articles of 2007: 1. How the Media Partnered with Hezbollah: Harvard’s Cautionary Report2. Venezuela Preparing for ‘Asymmetrical’ Showdown with the U.S.3. An Interview with Al-Jazeera Editor Ahmed Sheikh4. Russian Bombers Rehearse Nuclear Attacks Against the United States5. Middle East Opinion: Iran Fears Aren’t Hitting the Arab Street6. Berlin and Vienna Stand Against the […]


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