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After a decade, nowhere in the world has the western model for exporting democracy failed more spectacularly than in Afghanistan. Confronted by a resurgent Taliban and allied to a corrupt central government, this is now the longest war in U.S. history – and it has spread to Pakistan.

Writer: Boštjan Videmšek | Photographer: Jure Eržen

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Since 1958, when drillers struck oil in the Gulf off Abu Dhabi, the lands that now form the United Arab Emirates have been synonymous with energy. The UAE holds 8 percent of the world’s known oil reserves and 4 percent of its gas, assets that have transformed some of the world’s most impoverished people into some of its wealthiest.

Writer: Jim Krane

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Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) Across all energy sectors, India’s current generation capacity is…

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Europe needs a new approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Right now, the prospects of a Palestinian state are as bleak as ever, and this is in no one’s interest – Israel least of all.

Writer: Dimitris Bouris

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Interview with Albanian soprano Ermonela Jaho by Ben Andoni for REVOLVE from Tirana, Albania.

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This special energy report on Portugal’s foreign relations across North Africa was on display at the first Global Clean Energy Forum organized by the International Herald Tribune at the Four Seasons Ritz Hotel in Lisbon on September 30 – October 1, 2010. The Portugal & Energy Across North Africa report was also included in the REVOLVE Winter 2010/11 issue.

Writer: Miguel Nunes Silva

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Beyond the economic difficulties of Greece, illegal immigration via the Peloponnesian Peninsula represents another massive challenge to European integration. Here’s what’s happening in Athens and the Greek islands on the fringe of Europe.

Writer: Boštjan Videmšek | Photographer: Uroš Hočevar