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Iran Should prefer Syria to the Khuzestan Region

Iran Should prefer Syria to the Khuzestan Region

"Iran has to prefer Syria to the Khuzestan region": Ammar Headquarters chief's announcement draws angry reactions

Hojjat-ol-Eslam Mehdi Ta'eb, chief of the Ammar Headquarters, a think tank affiliated with the radical right wing of the conservative camp, has announced that Iran needs to give more ...

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Hellfire, Morality and Strategy

Hellfire, Morality and Strategy

Airstrikes by unmanned aerial vehicles have become a matter of serious dispute lately. The controversy focuses on the United States, which has the biggest fleet of these weapons and which employs them more frequently than any other country. On one side of this dispute are those who regard them ...

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Russian Deployment of Missile Defenses

Russian Deployment of Missile Defenses

Hidden in Plain Sight

The U.S. system is not being designed against a sophisticated missile threat, such as that posed by Russia, while the Russian system is clearly designed to defend against the United States.

Despite its incessant propaganda against U.S. ballistic missile defense efforts, Russia ...

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The Elections in Jordan: People Want Evolution, Not Revolution

The Elections in Jordan: People Want Evolution, Not Revolution

Jordanian Discourse on the Social Networks

On January 23, 2013 elections were held for the seventeenth Jordanian parliament, and some 1,475 candidates competed for 150 parliamentary seats. Of a total population of 6.2 million, 3.3 million Jordanians are eligible to vote, and of these, 2.3 million ...

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U.S.-Iranian Dialogue in Obama's Second Term

U.S.-Iranian Dialogue in Obama's Second Term

As U.S. President Barack Obama's second-term foreign policy team begins to take shape, Iran remains unfinished business for the U.S. administration. The diplomatic malaise surrounding this issue over the past decade has taken its toll on Washington and Tehran. Even as the United States and Iran are ...

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Ferocious, Weak and Crazy: The North Korean Strategy

Ferocious, Weak and Crazy: The North Korean Strategy

North Korea's state-run media reported Sunday that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered the country's top security officials to take "substantial and high-profile important state measures," which has been widely interpreted to mean that North Korea is planning its third nuclear test. Kim ...

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United Kingdom Moves Away from the European Project

United Kingdom Moves Away from the European Project

British Prime Minister David Cameron will deliver a speech in London on Jan. 23, during which he will discuss the future of the United Kingdom's relationship with the European Union. Excerpts leaked to the media suggest that harsh EU criticism will figure prominently in the speech, a suggestion in ...

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China Escalates Military Activity Around Japan, Senkakus

China Escalates Military Activity Around Japan, Senkakus

Over the past year, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has been increasingly assertive regarding its various maritime claims—both in the South China Sea with various Southeast Asian states, as well as in the East China Sea—with America’s Japanese ally. Part of this effort has seen a larger, more ...

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Russian Orphan Adoption Ban Protests May Be Harbingers of Instability

Russian Orphan Adoption Ban Protests May Be Harbingers of Instability

On Sunday, the Russian New Year’s Eve (in the old-style Julian calendar), tens of thousands of Muscovites poured into the city center to protest the new law banning adoption of Russian children by Americans, known as the “Dima Yakovlev law.”

Despite the nasty January weather, people of conscience ...

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