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Newsweek

Michael Flynn lied to the FBI about Russia, but the ex-trump national security adviser should have known better


Naveed Jamali

Newsweek Maybe we should have seen it coming. In his 2012 book, The Operators, Michael Hastings writes about a conversation that Michael Flynn had with General Stanley McCrystal and a few ...

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The American Interest

Once More, This Time with Feeling


Adam Garfinkle

The American Interest The ontological status of the world and our place in it being as indeterminate as they are, it is no great surprise that wishful thinking has ...

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The American Interest

Hope Deferred for Zimbabwe


Ann Toews

The American Interest A drawn-out coup in Zimbabwe has now culminated in the resignation of Robert Mugabe and the elevation of his former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa, who has ...

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Majalla

The East is Green? China Steps Up Against Pollution and Climate Change


Thomas J. Shattuck

Majalla As the famous Communist “anthem” famously says, “the East is red, the sun is rising. . . . The Communist Party is like the sun, Wherever it shines, ...

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Newsweek

Donald Trump, Russia and Why the President Would Make a Terrible Spy


Naveed Jamali

Newsweek “Are you fucking kidding me?” It was the summer of 2008, and I was in Wayne, New Jersey, standing in a Hooters parking lot with Captain Oleg Kulikov, ...

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The Diplomat

From Myanmar to India, Persecution Haunts Rohingya


Ann Toews

The Diplomat From the relative safety of Bangladesh’s cramped coast, Rashid could finally believe that freedom was within reach. He thought often of the violence that had driven his ...

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The Hudson Institute

Political Islam in Post-Conflict Algeria


Vish Sakthivel

The Hudson Institute Despite the considerable attention in recent years to Islamist movements in the Middle East and North Africa, the situation in Algeria often goes overlooked. This oversight ...

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Outside Publications


Nikolas K. Gvosdev

The Federalist One unfortunate outgrowth of the way the United States formulates its national security policy is the tendency to view the “battle” in Washington as the centerpiece, with ...

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Outside Publications

When Britain and France Almost Merged Into One Country


Dominic Tierney

The Atlantic  On June 16, 1940, with Nazi Germany on the brink of crushing France, British prime minister Winston Churchill and French undersecretary of defense Charles de Gaulle met ...

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The Kyiv Post

Finance minister says Ukraine will pursue hard reforms this fall


Melinda Haring

Kyiv Post After a week of back-to-back meetings in Washington, Oleksandr Danyliuk is tired. He gladly downs a cup of coffee before we turn on our microphones to discuss ...

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