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    Weekend Reading: The Yom Kippur War

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    The Battle for the Leadership of Global Jihad Starts Now

    Al Qaeda and the Islamic State have different philosophies, theologies, and strategies — but the same ultimate goal. Foreign Policy…

    The UN Toughens its Myanmar Stance—Five Years into the Rakhine Crisis

    At the UN Security Council yesterday, both the UN Secretary-General and a number of UNSC members Main Feed…

    Cyber Week in Review: September 29, 2017

    Here is a quick round-up of this week’s technology headlines and related stories you may have mis

    Did Madrid Score an Own Goal in the Catalan Referendum?

    Spain’s heavy-handed response may have actually shored up support for Catalan independence. Foreign Policy…

    It’s Time to Reckon With What It Would Really Take to Deter North Korea

    A policy of unification would perhaps forestall the irreversible nuclearization of Asia. Foreign Policy…

    U.S. Pulls Some Staff Out of Cuba After Bizarre Health Episodes

    U.S. officials are at a loss as to what’s causing diplomats to go deaf in Cuba. Foreign Policy…

    Good Governance, Better Healthcare for Uganda

    Travis Bias, DO, MPH, DTM&H, is a family medicine physician in California and former visi

    America’s Biggest Southeast Asian Ally Is Drifting Toward China

    Thailand has been slipping into Beijing's orbit for decades. It's time for Trump to make a counter-offer. Foreign Policy…

    Can Catalonia Split With Spain?

    A Main Feed…

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