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  • U.S. military trainers in Mali

    Foreign Policy Needs More Focus on Security

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  • A rebel fighter fires a gun toward a building where Syrian troops loyal to President Bashar Assad are hiding while they attempt to gain terrain against the rebels during heavy clashes in the Jedida district of Aleppo, Syria on Nov. 4.  Narciso Contreras/AP

    Turkey Haunted by its own Hubris

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  • Tuareg rebels in Northern Mali. Source: Al Jazeera

    Will the Rest of Africa Be the Next Phase of the ‘Arab’ Awakening?

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  • Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi

    Islamists May Gain Political Control: Part One

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  • Hillary Clinton in Washington

    Benghazi Attack: AQIM Terrorists had their roots in Mali

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  • Tuareg rebels in Northern Mali. Source: Al Jazeera

    Jihadists on the March in West Africa

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  • Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud, Somali's newly elected president

    Somalia’s Conundrum: How to Fix a Broken Nation?

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  • Susan Rice, Ambassador to the U.N. appears Sept. 16 on CBS’s “Face The Nation.”  Source: CBS

    Benghazi Consulate Attacks: The Global War on Terror Continues

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  • Associated Press

    The Empowerment of the Lone Blogger

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  • Young boy in the Dogon village in Southern Mali. John Isaac/UN

    Malian Diaspora: A Product of the Arab Spring

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  • Villagers drawing water at a well near Bandiagara, in southern Mali. John Isaac/UN

    My Mission to the Republic of Mali

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  • The spread of Islam across the world cannot be written off as a regressive element of society but as a developing agent of civilization

    American Influence on the Development of Democracy in the Islamic World

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  • President Barack Obama speaks with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari during the NATO Summit in Chicago, May 2012. Pete Souza/White House

    Afghanistan: Why a ‘Limited-Win’ is Sustainable

  • A general view for the first Egyptian parliament session after the revolution that ousted former President Hosni Mubarak in Cairo, January 23, 2012. Asmaa Waguih/Reuters

    Back to Square One in Egypt?

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  • Süleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. Photo: Vince Millett

    The Arab Spring and the Image of Islam

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  • Sudan People’s Liberation Army unit. Photo: Nenad Marinkovic

    Sudan’s Oil War

  • South Sudan's presidential guard await the arrival of foreign dignitaries invited to participate in the country's official independence celebrations in Juba. Photo: Steve Evans

    Hidden Hands behind Sudan’s Oil War

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  • Politics and Islam in Central Asia and MENA

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  • Salafi Islamists rally in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. Photo: Jonathan Rashad

    The Calculus of Egypt’s Presidential Race

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  • President Barack Obama holds a roundtable interview with regional reporters Jamal Kashoggi and Sarkis Naoum at Cairo University in Cairo, Egypt, June 4, 2009.  Pete Souza/White House

    U.S. Expectations Must Change in the Middle East

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  • The entrance to Camp 1 in Guantanamo Bay's Camp Delta. The base's detention camps are numbered based on the order in which they were built, not their level of security

    American Terrorists Abroad and Due Process

  • Internet café in Saudi Arabia. Kami ArabianEye/Redux

    When Free Speech and Islam Collide

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  • International Efforts to Counter Al-Shabaab

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  • Boko Haram Brings Nigeria to the Brink of Collapse

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  • Islamic Feminism in the Middle East

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  • A Case for a United Nigeria

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  • Can Political Islam Co-exist with Modernity?

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  • An elderly man casts his vote in Tunis. Photo: Ezequiel Scagnetti

    Understanding Tunisia’s Elections Results

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  • Defense Secretary Leon Panetta meets with Egyptian Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi at the Egyptian Ministry of Defense headquarters in Cairo

    Election Season in Egypt about more than the Muslim Brotherhood

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  • More than a Menace: Al Shabaab’s Extending Reach

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  • Reuters

    Libya’s Coming Islamist Government

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  • President Barack Obama talks with members of his Middle East Policy team in the Oval Office, Sept. 1, 2010. Pete Souza/White House

    Three Big Challenges Threatening the Arab Uprisings

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  • Ambassador John Bolton speaking at CPAC 2012. Photo: Mark Taylor

    CPAC and Egypt: A Missed Opportunity

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