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Vienna: The Missing Link between Fighting ISIL and Making Peace in Syria

Vienna: The Missing Link between Fighting ISIL and Making Peace in Syria

US Secretary of State is indeed a phenomenal man. He simply does not get tired or give up. He has always been under pressure from all quarters: The White House, age, stubborn allies and foes, enormously complicated problems, dangerous global ...

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The Defeat of ISIL and the Revival of Humint

The Defeat of ISIL and the Revival of Humint

In the wake of the Paris attacks of Nov. 13 and new threats from the ISIL of further attacks in other major cities in Europe and the United States, there is only one option for preventing future massacres. Yes, there is ...

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After Vienna and G-20: Paris Attack Haunts Obama’s Final Year

After Vienna and G-20: Paris Attack Haunts Obama’s Final Year

The Obama Administration, in the aftermath of the Paris attacks of Nov. 13, is preparing for a worst-case scenario of a decade or more of frequent blind terror attacks, carried out by a wide range of groups, from jihadists to ...

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Some Thoughts on Reforming Islam interpretations and Fighting Terrorism

Some Thoughts on Reforming Islam interpretations and Fighting Terrorism

Former Special Operations commander for the United States in the Middle East General Michael Nagata once said that he has just begun to understand ISIL’s appeal. “We have not defeated the idea. We do not even understand the idea”, he ...

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