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Hezbollah Can Be Restrained

by Hanin Ghaddar* Throughout its thirty six years of existence as an organization, Hezbollah has undergone significant changes and formative experiences that have impacted its current situation. These include the political situation in Lebanon, its…
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Yangon – A Myanmar judge on Monday found two Reuters journalists guilty of breaching a law on state secrets and jailed them for seven years, in a landmark case seen as a test of progress toward democracy in the Southeast Asian country. Yangon northern…
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Beirut — Iran’s foreign minister held talks with officials in Syria on Monday as Syrian forces and their allies prepare for an assault on the last opposition stronghold in the country. Syria’s foreign ministry and Iran’s state-run IRNA news agency said…
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Benghazi – Some 400 prisoners escaped from a jail in the Libyan capital, authorities said Sunday, as fighting between rival militias that has killed dozens of people forced the U.N.-backed government to declare a state of emergency in and around Tripoli.…
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by Graham Allison Few ideas have gained more widespread currency within the U.S. foreign policy community in the last few years than that of the liberal international order. In my recent essay, “The Myth of the Liberal Order,” I identified three core…
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by Reuben Brigety Africa is transforming rapidly, and the United States’ approach to Africa is not keeping pace. While other countries are jumping at opportunities to invest in growing African economies, the United States is struggling to keep up. China’s…
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By Nigel Gould-Davies On August 8, the Trump administration announced new sanctions on Russia in response to its use of the nerve agent Novichok to poison Sergei Skripal, a former Russian military intelligence officer, and his daughter, Yulia, in the…
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by Ariane M. Tabatabai Alarmed by Russian efforts to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential elections, U.S. media, strategists, and intelligence agencies await the upcoming midterm elections in November with consternation, warning of the danger of renewed…
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by Joseph Braude* Arizona Republican Senator John McCain, a Vietnam war hero and two-time Presidential candidate, died on August 25 at age 81 after a battle with a malignant brain tumor. Born into a family of soldiers, McCain endured five-and-a-half years…
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London – Iran’s parliament voted on Tuesday to reject President Hassan Rouhani’s explanations for economic hardship after a dramatic grilling on live TV, a sign his pragmatic faction is losing sway to hardline rivals as new U.S. sanctions begin to bite.…
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