The Real Issue With Not Labeling ISIS “Radical Islamic Terrorism”

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I don’t believe that the real issues are being laid out. I feel that, by not calling this issue Radical Islamic Terrorism, we’re actually hurting the majority of the Muslims who view this ethos as negatively as I do.

Back to the Future: Egypt and a Renewed Relationship With Russia

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“Thanks, Putin!” This might sound like the Russian version of the “Thanks, Obama” joke that is popular here in the U.S., but this is altogether different. The two words were View More ›

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Belarus: Looking Westward?

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As the security landscape continues to change throughout Europe and Central Asia, policy makers in Europe, the United States, and Russia have scrambled to keep pace. Strategists on both sides have View More ›

Upheaval Continues in Yemen

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On Thursday, January 22, Yemen’s President Ahmed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, along with the entire Yemeni government, resigned in the face of the continuing feud with the Houthi rebels.  Several power-sharing View More ›