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FPRI's David Danelo Writes in the American Interest on the Border Crisis

David Danelo

"The tension in the border 'crisis' hearkens back to geopolitical dilemmas with more enduring roots than can be captured in emotional, media-driven debates. And while there have been consistent flaws in this Administration’s policy tactics, the far more troubling failures involve the absence of strategic common sense, creativity, and, above all, courage."

 

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FPRI's Lorenzo Vidino in the Telegraph and al Arab on England's Review of the Muslim Brotherhood in the UK

Lorenzo Vidino"Muslim Brotherhood-linked groups in each country work according to a common vision – but in complete operational independence, making the Brotherhood an informal global movement. It’s what makes designating the whole movement a terrorist organisation virtually impossible in the UK, as authorities knew from the very beginning.

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FPRI's Abdallah Schleiffer in al Arabiya on Egypt's Role in Gaza

Abdallah Schleifer"The only certain thing about last Sunday’s Gaza Reconstruction Conference is that it has acknowledged, on a global basis, not just the legitimacy of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi but also his re-assertion of a great regional role for Egypt since the passing of Gamal Abdel Nasser some 45 years ago."

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FPRI's Joseph Braude on the Politics of Jewish-Muslim Relations

Joseph BrauseOn the latest episode of his Arabic language radio show, "Letter from New York," featured on Moraccan Med Radio, Braude addresses the politicization of efforts to promote understanding between Jews and Muslims.

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FPRI's Jakub Grygiel in the American Interest on Why Le Petit Prince Should Be Required Reading

Jakub Grygiel"The Little Prince...points to a primordial source of political order—friendship—that is ignored by The Prince. Friendship—filos to the ancient Greeks—is foundational of social order. Without it, polities are either fragile or overbearing, yet state policies have little control over friendship, or what we moderns sometimes reduce to social trust or social capital.

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FPRI's Jakub Grygiel in the American Interest on our Ability to Deter Russia

Jakub Grygiel"Putin may even think that Russia’s superiority in tactical nuclear weapons can be translated into a victory in the competition with Europe."

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FPRI's Clint Watts Profiled in the Boston Globe as New Breed of Jihadi Hunter

Clint Watts"But as the online jihadi hunters have risen in prominence, the establishment has increasingly started to embrace their work. White House officials have privately circulated Watts’s memos on the trajectory of global jihad. "

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FPRI's Jacques deLisle Interviewed for Knowledge at Wharton Podcast on Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution

Jacques deLisle“On the other hand … some of the people who are the most vocal and most upset about the lack of democracy are ones who are genuinely discontented. That includes a lot of 20-somethings who are out of college but are having a hard time finding jobs.”

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Presenting the Fall 2014 Issue of Orbis

By Mackubin T. Owens


Mac Owens is Editor of Orbis, FPRI's quarterly journal of international affairs, and Senior Fellow in our Program on National Security. Orbis is published for the Foreign Policy Research Institute by Elsevier. For subscription or other information, visit: http://www.journals.elsevier.com/orbis/

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FPRI's Sumit Ganguly in Yale Global Online on Modi's Trip to Washington

Sumit Ganguly"To fulfill promises on economic prosperity for India, Modi must pursue a robust foreign policy."

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