Blog entries from: Foreign Policy

The Global Magazine of News and Ideas

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December 2 2014

From Foreign Policy Tue Dec 2 2014, 19:14:17

Some "presidential" suggestions for Ash Carter on taking the Pentagon's top job.

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From Foreign Policy Tue Dec 2 2014, 18:05:00

Despite all the petty politics and infighting, there are still reasons we shouldn't be so quick to assume that elections -- and (possibly) a new prime minister -- will solve Israel's problems.

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From Foreign Policy Tue Dec 2 2014, 17:55:47

Kurdish political groups remain on the U.S. terrorist list, even as they've become crucial allies in the Islamic State fight.

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From Foreign Policy Tue Dec 2 2014, 17:00:35

Why Homeland, Zero Dark Thirty, and Hollywood's sexed-up spies are bad for women.

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From Foreign Policy Tue Dec 2 2014, 16:12:17

That's the narrative in mainland China, as censorship and state media seek to erase the elephant in the room.

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From Foreign Policy Tue Dec 2 2014, 15:40:55

Disorganized and divided, the pro-democracy movement is losing steam.

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From Foreign Policy Tue Dec 2 2014, 15:14:41

The South Stream pipeline becomes a casualty of the Ukraine crisis, and its demise shows the limits of Moscow's energy bullying.

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From Foreign Policy Tue Dec 2 2014, 13:52:38

The administration fired Chuck Hagel without having a replacement lined up, but Obama seems to have found the man he wants to run the Pentagon at a time of war abroad and infighting at home.

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December 1 2014

From Foreign Policy Mon Dec 1 2014, 14:17:49

Meet Imam Kamouss, the handsome, popular, self-proclaimed moderate Muslim preacher who has become the face of intolerance and terror across Germany.

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From Foreign Policy Mon Dec 1 2014, 13:28:11

Israel has revived its policy of demolishing the family homes of Palestinians accused of terrorist attacks, even though there's no evidence it deters future attacks.

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