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ISIS’ Lone-Wolf Strategy


Barak Mendelsohn

Foreign Affairs A string of lone wolf terrorist attacks in France, Germany, the United States and elsewhere suggests that the phenomenon continues to spread ...

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The Disconnect Beneath the Praise for U.S. Military


Kori Schake

The Wall Street Journal At a time when public opinion of most government institutions slides ever lower, the military represents a rare bright spot: 88% of Americans describe themselves ...

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The Twenty Years’ War


Dominic Tierney

The Atlantic Exactly two decades ago, on August 23, 1996, Osama bin Laden declared war on the United States. At the time, few people ...

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NATO’s Warsaw Summit Leaves Russia Isolated and Dangerous


Maia Otarashvili

Majalla President Putin’s government’s actions over the past few years have left Russia largely isolated from majority of the rest of the world; certainly ...

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Arab-Israeli Relations in a New Regional Framework


Joseph Braude

Majalla Over its long decades, the Palestinian cause has been influenced more by what lay under the table than on it, while Arab statecraft ...

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Generals Should Avoid Political Conventions


Mackubin Thomas Owens

Providence Journal Both of last month’s party conventions left much to be desired, but for my money, the worst feature was the attempt by ...

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How Not to Plan for ‘The Day After’ In Libya


Dominic Tierney

The Atlantic  On August 1, the Obama administration announced a series of airstrikes against Islamic State positions in the Libyan city of Sirte, in ...

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Russia’s Big Gamble for the Black Sea


Nikolas K. Gvosdev

The National Interest It has been a busy week for Russia’s president Vladimir Putin—and the course of events in the Black Sea basin over ...

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Russia and Turkey Make Nice


Chris Miller

Foreign Affairs With U.S.-Turkish relations at their lowest point in decades, Turkey’s president flew to St. Petersburg on Tuesday to meet with his Russian ...

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Why India’s Modi Has Failed to Deliver on Economic Reform


Sumit Ganguly

World Politics Review After nearly a decade of deliberations and vehement debate, India’s parliament finally passed a unified goods and services tax earlier this ...

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