Introducing Arab Spring Tetris

If you'd like, you can see Arab Spring Tetris as a commentary on how multiple moving parts need to line up in order to wipe away the dictators of years past. Or you can see it as a brilliant way to procrastinate on a dreary Monday. Whatever you choose, enjoy this addictive creation, courtesy of Håkon Dreyer and Karl Sharro.

Dictatoris - The Arab Spring Tetris
The Arab Spring Tetris
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Background images CC by Denis Bocquet and CC-BY-SA by Courtney Radsch
Dictatoris is a modification of @jakesgordon's Javascript Tetris



Live: 'Sex issue' authors Eltahawy and Sadjadpour speak at the New America Foundation

Live streaming by Ustream Among the articles in Foreign Policy's Sex Issue, none have generated as much debate as Mona Eltahawy's "Why Do They Hate Us?" and Karim Sadjadpour's "The Ayatollah Under the Bed(sheets)." The discussion will continue today in Washington, as both authors join in a conversation about their articles with FP editor-in-chief Susan Glasser. You can watch the event, co-hosted by our neighbors at the New America Foundation, through the livestream available here, beginning at 4 p.m. EST.