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Charlie Hebdo and the Challenge of Home Grown Terrorism

Charlie Hebdo and the Challenge of Home Grown Terrorism

It was as gruesome and painful as one could ever imagine, seeing what happened in Paris on the 8th of January. But after the first shock of the terrorist attack on the French weekly “Charlie Hebdo” recedes, the stubborn question ...

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Factional Battles in Tehran, Washington Could Wreck Chances of a P5+1 Deal by March

Factional Battles in Tehran, Washington Could Wreck Chances of a P5+1 Deal by March

Behind-the-scenes in Tehran, it was the circulation of an unofficial, non-binding, but comprehensive document summarizing the discussions between the P5+1 countries and Iran that triggered the anti-American comments by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Al Khamenei and the call by Iranian President ...

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A Bold Move Needed to Stop the Collapse of the Middle East

A Bold Move Needed to Stop the Collapse of the Middle East

The continued fragmentation and decay in the conventional regional order in the Middle East should be examined thoroughly. We maintain our assessments that ISIL is expanding in Syria, the Russian initiative is inching closer to failure as predicted, and sectarianism ...

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Pentagon Claims Advances in War on the Islamic State

Pentagon Claims Advances in War on the Islamic State

Pentagon planners believe that the war plan they devised last summer to defeat the Islamic State (IS) is now back on track, but will require continuing political patience from the Obama White House and whatever Administration follows. This month, the ...

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