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Charles Krauthammer: Obama’s Nixon Doctrine - Anointing Iran

Washington Post: In December, President Obama said that he wished to see Iran ultimately become a “very successful regional power.” His wish — a nightmare for the Western-oriented Arab states — is becoming a reality. 105 more words

Politics

We probably don't need to worry about China's military

We don’t need to worry about China’s military because economic growth is more important to China than military power, China’s recent aggressive stance on regional issues is partly assertive posturing to appease nationalistic sentiments, and it will take many years for the military to be strong enough to take on the US military. 721 more words

Military Force

Ebola Virus Disease and Boko Haram Insurgency: Implications for National Security under President Jonathan's Transformation Agenda, 2010-2014

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International Relations

"The Arabness of Middle East regionalism", New Article in Contemporary Politics

The Middle East is often considered to demonstrate a case of weak regionalism. This article suggests that the continued prevalence of Arab identity as the hegemonic component of regional consciousness contributes to this. 185 more words

Egypt

"India Threatens No One"

Much of the globe sees India as a relatively non-violent, tolerant and pluralistic democracy with a benign international influence. Its values are seen as largely positive.

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United States

The World on 3/26/14

Europe

President Obama calls Russia a “regional power” lashing out from a position of “not out of strength, but out of weakness.” Yes, let’s continue to insult Putin, he responds well when we do that. 44 more words

Russia

The Saudi Oil War on Iran

When Prince Turki al-Faisal suggested last year that the House of Saud would join in the U.S.-led sanctions against Iranian oil, by seeking to displace… 32 more words

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