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From Inside Aleppo An Inside Look at ISIS    In mid-February, ISIS released the latest 12 minute-long instalment in its "From Inside Halab" (aka Aleppo), hosted by British hostage John Cantlie and produced by Al Hayat Media Center.  The very professionally produced video tours the city of Aleppo, showing the destruction of the
US Maintains Intelligence Relationship with Houthis

Senior US intelligence official Michael Vickers said Jan. 21 that the United States is continuing attacks on al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) despite ongoing violence in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, and has an intelligence relationship with the Houthi insurgent group that has seized

Why the UAE’s Star is Rising

Major American media organizations have been running stories lately that feature one of Washington’s Persian Gulf allies, the United Arab Emirates, as a favored partner in the battle against the Islamic State (ISIS) and terrorism.  It’s “the strongest relationship that the United States

Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, a Wily King Who Embraced Limited Reform, Dies

Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, the sixth king of Saudi Arabia, has died at age 90, state television announced. A master politician, he gained a reputation as a reformer without changing his country’s power structure and maintained good relations with the United States while striking an independent

The outrageous murder of innocent citizens in France by militant Muslims left everyone around the world, including the vast majority of followers of Islam, with a number of questions. Among these, the most fundamental coming from the non-Muslims: Is Islam incompatible with free thinking? Let us not

Cuba and Iran: A New Era for American Diplomacy?

President Obama has taken charge of “trying something different” with Cuba and Iran by initiating discrete and patient diplomatic approaches with two of America’s most entrenched adversaries. He seeks to replace policies that have failed to achieve America’s objectives. The President has

Since September 11th, 2001, governments around the world have taken steps to reduce the threat of terrorism and, as we found out through the revelations of Edward Snowden, many of these actions include reductions to our privacy.  While we generally concern ourselves with how Western nations

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