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Syria, Secularism, and US Policy

In a groundbreaking article, one of our more respected experts on Middle East affairs has proposed that our policy pivot to outright cooperation with Assad’s regime in Syria, the better to campaign more effectively against our mutual enemy the Islamic … Continue reading

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To bomb or not to bomb?

A threat ceases to be a threat when it is carried out. Continue reading

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ISIS and the Separation of Church and State

ISIS, the new Islamic state that has taken over much of northern Iraq and northeastern Syria this summer, directly threatens the existing states in the region. The USA also has a substantial stake in how the current drama plays out. … Continue reading

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