After decades in the trenches, a Newsweek correspondent reflects on the perils of war. By Christopher Dickey
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The Daily Beast: How a Hotel Maid Changed France, 11 Dec 2012
Nafissatou Diallo helped deny DSK the presidency of France—and changed the country's history, says Christopher Dickey.
The Daily Beast: Susan Rice's Personality 'Disorder,' by Lloyd Grove, 12 Dec 2012
Brusque. Aggressive. Undiplomatic. The adjectives used to describe the ambassador aren't kind. Lloyd Grove on Susan Rice's polarizing temperament—and why that may matter more than Benghazi. (To which I made a minor contribution.)
Newsweek: How to Save Syria?, with several other contributors, 10 Dec 2012
The Daily Beast: Condoleezza Rice on Chaos and Democracy in Egypt and Syria, 4 Dec 2012
Despite the chaos in Egypt and bleak outlook in Syria, 'we can't lose hope' for democracy, the former secretary of state said at Newsweek and The Daily Beast's first Women in the World conference in São Paulo, Brazil.
The Daily Beast - Reports: Dominique Strauss-Kahn Settles With Maid Who Claimed Sexual Assault, 30 Nove 2012
The disgraced former IMF chief has reached a settlement with Nafissatou Diallo, the maid who accused him of assaulting her in a Manhattan hotel, ending her lawsuit against him and his countersuit, The New York Times and AP report.