Middle East

By Aaron C. Gluck
Contributing Writer
February 18, 2015

Aaron Gluck explores the costs and benefits of the U.S policy of not paying ransoms.

By Alissa Fromkin
Contributing Writer
February 3, 2015

Sheikh Khalifa has blended domestic and foreign policies to mitigate the threat of militant Islamic ideologies.

By Stephanie Breitsman
Contributing Writer
Janurary 15, 2015

Palestinians must extract their future from mounting violence.

By Collin Hunt
Staff Writer
December 16, 2014

A more selective drone strike campaign could achieve similar operational results and deflate jihadi propaganda efforts.

By Rachel Rizzo
Contributing Writer
December 8, 2014

Without a clear strategy from the NSC, new Secretary of Defense Ash Carter will fare no better than his predecessor in prosecuting the campaign against ISIS.


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