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Saudi Foreign Minister address UN General Assembly

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Iraq announces offensive to dislodge ISIS from parts of border area with Syria

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The Arab SpringObamas Vietnam

In a phone call made by late U.S. President Lyndon Johnson with Senator Richard Russell (in May 1964) and disclosed a few years ago, the President confessed to his interlocutor that the Vietnam War might last longer than expected, especially that there were no signs of solution looming in …

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Why we can’t afford an Eisenhowar-ish Obama!

Four years ago, I wrote an inauguration day open letter to then president-elect Barack Obama, congratulating him, the American people and all believers in liberty and freedom on his remarkable achievement. At that time, President Obama’s “Yes, we can” campaign had managed to send a refreshing breeze of “hope …

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The Mali conflict has fast become transnational

Despite French and Malian government forces making steady gains against Islamist rebels, the conflict has rapidly caused ripple effects in Africa, Europe and beyond. Scores of foreign fighters have reportedly entered northern Mali to support the rebels. France’s involvement has “produced the fastest blowback yet in the war on …

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The battle for Mosul from behind the camera

Finalists in one of photojournalism’s most prestigious awards competition came away with far more than pictures while covering the fight for Iraq’s Mosul, the longest urban battle since Stalingrad. “In all my life as a reporter, I’ve never had suicide bombers right in front of me,” said Patrick Chauvel, one …

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