Iraq may be left with a ruling coalition that can moderate the Sadrists’ worst impulses while also addressing many of the structural problems that plague Iraqi democracy.
China has aggressively courted Pakistan as a potential ally.
Despite being a legitimate issue of concern for the United States, the probability of North Korea selling nuclear materials to outside actors remains extremely low.
Sen. Rand Paul spoke at an event at the Center for the National Interest.
The Synetic theater's bold adaptation of The Trial features the surrealism, disorientation and overwhelming sense of dread that one would expect from Kafka.
The Saudi military risks inspiring future generations of extremists dedicated to disrupting the established order in the Arabian Peninsula.
A return to power by Maliki and his bloc would usher in a return to the corruption and mismanagement that plagued Iraq during his initial tenure.
The lack of ambassadors in the Middle East is even more striking when one considers the importance of the countries from which they are absent.
The past sixteen years have illustrated that combating a force as nebulous as “terrorism” is exceptionally difficult; there is little reason to believe that expanding the war will end it.
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