December 23, 2012

2012: From Arab Spring to Early Winter

Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune

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Climate experts say 2012 will likely be the warmest year ever in the United States. In the global political realm, though, it's been a Big Chill.

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TAGGED: Africa, Hugo Chavez, Venezuela, China, Turkey, Libya, Muslim Brotherhood, Middle East, Mohammed Morsi, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Egypt

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