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New Evidence of Iran’s Presence in Latin America

New Evidence of Iran’s Presence in Latin America

“Is the United States falling into a trap between the need to secure a nuclear deal with Iran and its own aspiration to be accepted by a handful of Latin American leaders whose contempt for the U.S. is part of its identity and ideology regardless of U.S. behavior”?

A new book written by Emilio ...

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World War II and the Origins of American Unease

World War II and the Origins of American Unease

We are at the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. That victory did not usher in an era of universal peace. Rather, it introduced a new constellation of powers and a complex balance among them. Europe's great powers and empires declined, and the United States and the Soviet Union ...

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As Saudi-Turkish-Qatari Relations Improve, Possibility Of 'Decisive Storm'-Type Operation In Syria Emerges

As Saudi-Turkish-Qatari Relations Improve, Possibility Of 'Decisive Storm'-Type Operation In Syria Emerges

Operation "Decisive Storm" in Yemen, and the reports of warming Saudi-Turkish relations that preceded it, sparked hopes among opponents of the Assad regime in Syria that a similar operation could be carried out in that country. These hopes were in line with reports in Western and Arab media about ...

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Coming to Terms With the American Empire

Coming to Terms With the American Empire

"Empire" is a dirty word. Considering the behavior of many empires, that is not unreasonable. But empire is also simply a description of a condition, many times unplanned and rarely intended. It is a condition that arises from a massive imbalance of power. Indeed, the empires created on purpose, ...

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The Middle Eastern Balance of Power Matures

The Middle Eastern Balance of Power Matures

Last week, a coalition of predominantly Sunni Arab countries, primarily from the Arabian Peninsula and organized by Saudi Arabia, launched airstrikes in Yemen that have continued into this week. The airstrikes target Yemeni al-Houthis, a Shiite sect supported by Iran, and their Sunni partners, ...

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Cold War? How Uncool: A New Generation

Cold War? How Uncool: A New Generation

Relax, there will be no revival of the Cold War. "The new generation doesn't believe in a new Cold War," according to an article in the online version of The National Interest entitled "Debunked: Why There Won't Be Another Cold War."

The authors, Matthew Rojansky, the Director of the Kennan ...

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China's Fragile Evolution

China's Fragile Evolution

By Rodger Baker and John Minnich

Last week, China's anti-corruption campaign took a significant turn, though a largely overlooked one. The Supreme People's Court released a statement accusing former Politburo Standing Committee member Zhou Yongkang, the highest-ranked official thus far ...

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Proposed Deal with Iran Not Legal; Iranian Nukes in South America

Proposed Deal with Iran Not Legal; Iranian Nukes in South America

The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) forbids any of it signatories to have nuclear weapons. Full stop.

Under the terms of the NPT, the P5+1 have no legal authority to amend the treaty unilaterally, to abrogate the treaty, or to allow nations that are signatories to the NPT to abrogate the ...

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The Vulnerability of Putin and His Bomb

The Vulnerability of Putin and His Bomb

The media have been alive with reports that Russian president Vladimir Putin was ready to use atomic weapons if the West forcefully intervened to prevent Moscow's annexation of the Crimean peninsula, a part of the nation of Ukraine. Putin's use of force and his readiness to resort to nuclear ...

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