Tag: Syria

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Will The Four Horsemen Of Europe’s Apocalypse Ride Again?

Will The Four Horsemen Of Europe’s Apocalypse Ride Again? by [email protected] Sir Harold Evans, editor of the crusading Sunday Times of London from 1967 to 1981, is one of the greatest journalists of his generation. In 1984, Harry, as he […]

Bring Back The USIA, And Defeat ISIS

Bring Back The USIA, And Defeat ISIS

Bring Back The USIA, And Defeat ISIS by James K. Glassman, InsideSources Ever since last summer, I’ve been jawing at more meetings on countering violent extremism – or CVE, the catch-all phrase for soft power efforts against ISIS – than […]

Syrian Refugees Refute And Undermine ISIS Propaganda

Syrian Refugees Refute And Undermine ISIS Propaganda

Syrian Refugees Refute and Undermine ISIS Propaganda by David Bier, Foundation For Economic Education Syrians Love America, and They’re Sharing that Message For the past several months, Syrian refugees have faced dizzying array of criticism from U.S. politicians who have […]

Belgium’s Deadly Circles Of Terror

Belgium’s Deadly Circles Of Terror

Belgium’s Deadly Circles Of Terror by Sebastian Rotella ProPublica, March 22, 2016, 5:30 p.m. Coordinated bombings in Brussels may have been in the works for some time, aided by an underworld where crime and extremism blur together. This story was […]

Armed Conflicts – Give Peace A Chance: Mediating In The World’s Hottest War Zones

Armed Conflicts – Give Peace A Chance: Mediating In The World’s Hottest War Zones

Armed Conflicts – Give Peace A Chance: Mediating In The World’s Hottest War Zones by [email protected] The world spends more than $1.6 trillion a year on its armed forces and $600 million to $800 million on conflict mediation, if you […]

Turkey And Russia: History Fuels Rancor

Turkey And Russia: History Fuels Rancor

Turkey And Russia: History Fuels Rancor by Dorian Jones and Elizabeth Owen, EurasiaNet A long history of mutual enmity is exacerbating tension between Turkey and Russia. Leaders in both countries are apt to view their current hostilities through the prism […]