Scenes from the Revolution

Slide Show

The Jets of August

In the battle for Aleppo, the Assad regime's dangerous new weapon -- fighter jets -- has claimed dozens of lives in the nearby town of Azaz.

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Dispatch

Prison Island

Bahrain has badly botched its local version of the Arab Spring. And there seems to be no way out.

Tom Malinowski |

Argument

What Lies Beneath

The mission to secure and seal off Kazakhstan's vast nuclear material -- buried deep underground -- is one of the greatest nonproliferation stories never told.

William Tobey |

Slide Show

Looking Back at the Arab Spring

From Tunisia to Tahrir Square, the pictures that defined a movement.

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Argument

Stopping the Fifth Column

How to end a post-Qaddafi insurgency in Libya before it starts.

Brian Fishman |

Dispatch

Five Months of Waiting

What happens when a revolution stalls out?

Sharif Abdel Kouddous |

Dispatch

Once More to Tahrir

On a hot summer day, Egypt's revolution grinds on.

Max Strasser |

Terms of Engagement

Game of Thrones

Morocco is the Arab world's last chance to prove that monarchs can reform their countries without getting thrown out of them.

James Traub |

Terms of Engagement

Friend Request

Barack Obama has been saying the right things about democracy in the Arab world. Bahrain, a key U.S. ally, will be the test of whether he really means them.

James Traub |

Revolutionology

Can Libya's Rebels Go Pro?

A visit to the embattled city of Ajdabiya finds the anti-Qaddafi resistance slightly less ragtag than before, but still not quite professional.

Ryan Calder |

Revolutionology

Benghazi Diary

Three weeks in the revolutionary heartland of eastern Libya.

Ryan Calder |

Photo Essay

Children of the Revolution

In the uprisings across the Arab world, protesters are finding that revolution is sometimes child's play.

Suzanne Merkelson |

Slide Show

Inside Free Benghazi

On the eve of international intervention in Libya, rebels have established a stronghold in the country's second-largest city.

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Think Again

Think Again: Arab Democracy

One of the world's foremost experts on democracy building debunks the myths surrounding the Arab world's new governments -- and wonders what sort of role the West should play.

Thomas Carothers |

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Revolt in the Desert

Libya's ragtag rebels on the long road to Tripoli.

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Photo Essay

A Road Tour of the Revolution

From Tahrir to Lulu, a guide to the new Tiananmen Squares.

Blake Hounshell |

Photo Essay

Col. Qaddafi's Last Stand?

The long career of Libya's mercurial dictator.

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Photo Essay

The Art of Upheaval

How Egyptian artists channeled a society's immense frustrations and foreshadowed the revolution.

Christina Larson |

Slide Show

No More Heartbreak in Tahrir

Hosni Mubarak has stepped down.

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The Republic of Tahrir

Protesters adapt to life on the streets of Cairo.

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Signs of the Times

The art of the Egyptian protest.

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