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The Global Thinkers' Book Club

From psychology to biography, economics to tech, see what some of the world’s top minds are reading.

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What Our Thinkers Think -- and Write

Twenty must-read books written by experts from this year's list.

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The 'Grexits' of 2013

The four geopolitical buzzwords that could be just around the corner.

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The Wisdom of the Smart Crowd

We asked the 2012 Global Thinkers to weigh in on the big questions of the year. Here’s what they had to say…

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The Cult of Massoud

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Kim Jong Un's Baby Mama

Ri Sol Ju, North Korea's enigmatic new first lady, is already turning heads and making headlines.

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Homeland Insecurity

The new Red Dawn movie is really just a throwback to the ‘80s ... the 1880s.

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Hell Week

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Egyptian Idol

The Salafi threat to blow up the pyramids is nothing new: Egypt's ambivalence toward its past dates back centuries.

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The World Is Not Enough

Why does the planet's No. 1 spy never go to the really dangerous places?

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Draft Dodgers

The little Gmail trick that David Petraeus and Paula Broadwell used to communicate is actually old spycraft.

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Covert Affairs

A short history of spies and their sex scandals.

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Lessons From a Forgotten War

How America’s first foray into the modern Arab world can help solve its current entanglements.

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Coming to America

China wants to buy its way onto your TV screen. Will it work? 

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Me and My Censor

A reporter's memoir of what it's like to tell the truth about today's China.

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The Backfire in Baghdad

How ExxonMobil's God Pod beat Iraq's oil chieftains at their own game.

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Who Said It: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?

With Election Day fast approaching, how well do you know the candidates on foreign policy?

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The Real Takeaways From Monday's Debate

Five experts weigh in on how the candidates measure up.

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The Glory Days

What it was like to work at Newsweek at its best.

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Ladyboys in the Gulf

The riches of the United Arab Emirates hold promise for transgender sex workers, but also danger and unspeakable cruelty.

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The 9 Most Important Lessons From the Cuban Missile Crisis

Announcing the award-winning insights from our nation's closest brush with nuclear war.

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Afghanistan's Gray Future

It's Hamid Karzai's country now, and not everything is black and white.

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