Weekend reading

From Global Public Square Sat Feb 16 2013, 13:03:42

By Fareed Zakaria The self-styled "prince" of al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb came "close to throwing away a glittering prize" in Mali, argues David Blair in The Telegraph. "Perhaps Wadoud will now embroil the French in endless guerrilla warfare, resorting to suicide attacks and roadside bombs. But until last month, his only enemy in [...]

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