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BBC

Viewpoint: Border ‘Strikes’ Will Not Trigger an India-Pakistan War


Sumit Ganguly

BBC For slightly less than two decades Indian policymakers have refrained from militarily responding to what it has called Pakistan-based militant attacks on Indian soil. However, even though each ...

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War on the Rocks

Can Fancy Bear Be Stopped? The Clear and Present Danger of Russian Info Ops


Joshua Foust

War on the Rocks Former Secretary of State Colin Powell was curt to his former aide. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump “is a national disgrace and an international pariah,” ...

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The National Interest

Why Humanitarian Aid Workers Are Under Attack


Benedetta Berti

The National Interest Military attacks against humanitarian workers and facilities have repeatedly been in the news in the past months; from Afghanistan, to Syria, to South Sudan, among others. ...

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The Hill

Across Arab world, Jihadist Rhetoric Not Far from Mainstream


Ahmed Charai

The Hill This week, during my visit to the U.N. General Assembly in New York, a text message from the police lit up my mobile phone — and that ...

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Outside Publications

Turkey’s views on Russia haven’t changed, but its priorities shifted


Michael Cecire

bne IntelliNews In the business of political risk and analysis, there is always a danger of seizing upon a single event and extrapolating wildly without a full measure of ...

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Foreign Affairs

India After Nonalignment


Sumit Ganguly

Foreign Affairs Throughout the past several decades, it would have been heresy to suggest that India’s foreign policy was based on anything other than nonalignment. The doctrine, which had ...

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The National Interest

Is Political Islam Compatible with Democracy?


Ahmed Charai

The National Interest At the dawn of the so-called Arab Spring in 2011, diplomats, politicians, and intellectuals debated a fresh question: what role can Islamist political parties play in ...

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The Atlantic

Refusing to Nuke First


Dominic Tierney

The Atlantic On September 5, The New York Times reported that the Obama administration is weighing whether to adopt a so-called “no-first-use” nuclear doctrine. This would allow the United States ...

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National Review

How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything: Tales from the Pentagon, by Rosa Brooks


Mackubin Thomas Owens

National ReviewReviewed by FPRI’s Mackubin Thomas Owens How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything: Tales from the Pentagon, by Rosa Brooks (Simon & Schuster, 448 pp., $29.95) ...

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The Washington Post

It’s been 15 years since 9/11. How has al-Qaeda changed?


Barak Mendelsohn

The Washington Post Fifteen years after 9/11, confronting terrorism remains a central American priority. U.S. forces are still deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq; others carry out counterterrorism missions throughout ...

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