Elizabeth Dickinson

Gulf analyst and Abi Dhabi-based journalist

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Gulf analyst and Abi Dhabi-based journalist whose articles appear in the New Yorker, Foreign Policy (where she is a former assistant managing editorand the Economist (where she served as a former Nigeria correspondent)

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In the US, there's a lot riding on a nuclear deal with Iran: the President's legacy, relations with Israel — a major issue in next year's election.

Iranians Play the Waiting Game

In the US, there's a lot riding on a nuclear deal with Iran: the President's legacy, relations with Israel — a major issue in next year's election.

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Three bomb blasts in Kampala yesterday have killed more than seventy people.

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Three bomb blasts in Kampala yesterday have killed more than seventy people.

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