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This article appears in its original form at Offiziere.ch .                               (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Daniel M. Young, August 18, 2015). Another Presidential election cycle is upon U.S. citizens , and the chorus of inputs...
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Abadi's Blame Game
" To be honest, we need a lot of political work on the part of the coalition countries. We need an explanation why there are so many terrorists from Saudi Arabia, the Gulf, Egypt ... European countries. If it is due to the political situation in Iraq, why a...
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Integrate and Assimilate: The Case Against Tougher Anti-Terror Laws
In the wake of last
week’s massacre at the offices of French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo , tougher
anti-terror laws have been proposed in France
and elsewhere in Europe. However, tougher laws
aren’t the answer; they’re actually part of the problem. Oppres...
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Vice news published a great documentary that gives a face to Bahrain's protesters and a view from the ground. Reporter Ben Anderson spent time in Bahrain earlier this year with protest groups, and this video is the result. For more, check out an accompanyin...
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A Saudi-Iranian Détente and the Bahrain National Dialogue
This post appeared in its original form at offiziere.ch .  News outlets and commentators are abuzz recently regarding combat strategy against the Islamic State (IS) and the involved Middle East players. Analysis revolves around
the Un ited States , Iran , S...
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Who's Afraid of ISIS?
There's plenty of talk in the blogosphere and among network television regarding the threat posed by the Islamic State (IS, or ISIS). Reason editor Nick Gillespie weighs in with an article on The Daily Beast , and as usual, proves Libertarian ideas are not ...
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Iranian Asymmetrical Warfare and Millenium Challenge 2002
This post appeared in its original form at the Center for International Maritime Security. Tension
between U.S. and Iranian military assets in the Arabian Gulf are nothing new.
Confrontations between Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy (IRGCN), the
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Iraq and ISIS: It's All Our Fault
President Obama's naivete on the foreign policy front is showing with the deteriorating situation in Iraq. He campaigned on promises to end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and it appears the administration wasn't actually serious about ending the wars, ju...
Iraq and ISIS: It's All Our Fault
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NATO: It Includes Europe, too
Russia's expedition into eastern Ukraine has Europeans, especially those in the east, wringing their hands with worry. While the decades-old North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) provides for common European and Allied defense from Russian advances, mos...
NATO: It Includes Europe, too
NATO: It Includes Europe, too
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Tomahawks No More? Not So Fast
This article appeared in its current form at the Center for International Maritime Security.   The most recent Defense budget, announced this month,
outlined plans to shrink the number of Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles (TLAM) for
use by U.S. Navy ships and s...
Tomahawks No More? Not So Fast
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