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  • via Youtube

    Military Contractors, the New Peacekeepers of the 21st Century?

  • Kasey Krall

    Arming the Rebels: How The New Syria/Iraq War Reveals America’s Obsession with History’s Least Successful Policy

  • Flo Smith/Material Evidence

    Fleeing Quarakosh: The Last Christians in Iraq

  • Associated Press

    Iraq’s Instability Can Only be Solved by its Neighbors

  • Richard Perle, Noted Iraq War Advocate, Demonstrates Intellectual Dishonesty

  • via Wikimedia

    Iraq: War and Remembrance

  • Associated Press

    Why Was Blackwater in China?

  • Associated Press

    Let Iraq Fail

  • Reuters

    Beyond Iraq: Causes and Consequences of the ISIS Advance

  • Atef Hassan/Reuters

    Iraq: West’s Failed Democracy Project

  • Arab League meeting in Cairo. Source: Bahrain Foreign Ministry

    Arab League Summit in Kuwait: Seeking Solidarity?

  • Amazon

    Review of ‘The Secret Sentry: The Untold History of the National Security Agency’

  • Tony Benn

    A Kuffiya for Tony Benn, the British Warrior Who ‘Matured with Age’

  • Staff

    The Journalism Wars: The Resignations at Russia Today

  • faizannehal via Wikimedia

    Iran and Pakistan – It’s Complicated

  • U.S. Played Hardball in Ukraine

  • Women incarcerated in the Kadhimiyya women’s prison in 2006. Source: Human Rights Watch

    Iraqi Women under Assault

  • Masked Sunni gunmen chant slogans against the Iraqi Shiite-led government during a protest in Fallujah city, western Iraq, 07 January 2014. Mohammed Jalil/EPA

    With Maliki at the Helm Iraq’s Instability Likely to Continue

  • China at a Crossroads: What does it Want to Be?

  • The Middle East Being Redrawn Again

  • State Dept. Photo

    Saudi Arabia Edges Closer to Open Syria Regime Collapse Policy

  • U.S. Reaper drones in a hangar at Kandahar Air Field in Afghanistan. Photo: Noah Shachtman

    Drone Strikes and a Strategic Case for Adversarial Due Process

  • President Barack Obama faces few if any realistic choices in Syria. Should he intervene he faces the likelihood that the situation could spiral out of control

    The Need to Reframe the Syria Debate

  • Revisiting the Iraq War

  • Chuck Hagel during his confirmation hearing in Washington D.C.

    25 Steps towards a Smarter U.S. Foreign Policy

  • President Barack Obama and former Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009.  Image via WBUR

    Chuck Hagel’s Confirmation Hearing: Neocons Search for Relevance

  • Opposition to Hagel’s Nomination for Defense Secretary

  • Columbia Pictures

    Review of Thomas P.M. Barnett’s ‘The Pentagon’s New Map’

  • Sebastiano Tomada/Sipa USA

    World Braces for Syrian Trainwreck

  • Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton delivers her opening statement at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, September 5, 2012

    Raising the Stakes in Asia

  • U.S. Politics and the Middle East

  • President Barack Obama and President Hu Jintao of China attend a meeting with business leaders in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building of the White House, Jan. 19, 2011. Samantha Appleton/White House

    Left Behind: Re-Evaluating American Hegemony

  • A Free Syrian Army fighter takes cover during clashes with the Syrian Army in the Salaheddine neighbourhood of central Aleppo on August 7, 2012. Goran Tomasevic/Reuters

    Post-Assad Syria: A Region in Turmoil

  • Protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square.  Source: Al Jazeera

    Neocons vs. the ‘Arab Spring’

  • Empire building

    Oil and Hegemon

  • Romney’s Approach to Foreign Policy

  • U.S. soldier provides security as a Black Hawk helicopter takes off after unloading U.S. and Afghan troops during a vehicle interdiction to disrupt Taliban activities in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, March 16, 2012

    U.S. Military Strategy and Understanding Terrorism and Insurgency

  • Afghanistan: Why a ‘Limited-Win’ is Sustainable

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  • DoD Photo

    The Iraq and Afghanistan Combat Veteran and the Future of American Foreign Policy