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Azeem Ibrahim
YaleGlobal
, 26 February 2015
The US and Europe fail to summon the courage to criticize Saudi Arabia or toxic Wahhabism
Peter C. Perdue
YaleGlobal
, 24 February 2015
Asia Inside Out Project resists history’s attraction to national borders by studying shifts over five centuries
Joji Sakurai
YaleGlobal
, 19 February 2015
Youth confronting poverty, unemployment, social disdain grasp at extremists’ promises of a higher mission
Chris Miller
YaleGlobal
, 5 February 2015
Tunisia succeeded where Libya, Egypt, Syria failed – with compromise, avoidance of sectarian politics, and no external meddling
Susan Froetschel
YaleGlobal
, 18 December 2014
Governments seek aid for refugees, but want to prevent charitable donations from slipping into extremists' hands
Leonard S. Spector
YaleGlobal
, 18 November 2014
In sorting through Iran’s nuclear supplies, P5+1 must decide how to handle illegally gained materials and equipment
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George Friedman
Stratfor Global Intelligence
, 4 March 2015
Israel is but a pawn for US strategy in the Middle East
Sophia Jones
The WorldPost
, 2 March 2015
NATO member Turkey struggles to control corrupt border guards who allow back-and-forth travel
Eli Lake
Bloomberg
, 24 February 2015
IS shows little trust of recruits and few are expected to survive
Graeme Wood
The Atlantic
, 23 February 2015
Religious fundamentalists want caliphate, return to the 7th century, apocalypse
Batsheva Sobelman and Laura King
The Los Angeles Times
, 11 February 2015
Defiance on protocol could weaken ties between the two allies
Aaron David Miller
The Wall Street Journal
, 6 February 2015
Condemnation from Muslims is essential to end atrocities committed in the name of Islam
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