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Origins of the Palestine Mandate

Adam Garfinkle · ·

This essay is based on a lecture he delivered to FPRI’s Butcher History Institute on “Teaching about Israel and Palestine,” October 25-26, 2014.  

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The Inseparable Twins: Diaspora Shishan and Chechen Muwaḥḥidun & Jihadis in al-Sham

John R. Haines · ·

Ethnic Chechens play a critical if underappreciated role in the conflict now raging in al-Sham.

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The State Of International Religious Freedom and Why It Matters

Robert George · ·

I truly am honored to be speaking here at FPRI, a stellar organization that is dedicated to providing sound research and analysis to aid in the conduct of the foreign policy of this nation.

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Ukraine First, Transdniestria Next? Prospects for a Moscow-Sponsored Arc of Instability

John R. Haines · ·

George Kennan wrote amidst the dissolution of the Soviet Union that Transdniestria and other aspiring states “would demand their independence and act in many respects as though they already had it…especially in the Black and Caspian seas region.” He cautioned, however, that “much trouble lies ahead in connection with the Ukraine, parts of whose population are stridently demanding independence,...

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