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Opinions | November 21, 2013
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Op-ed by Brian Dooley. On Tuesday, the House Committee on Foreign Affairs held its first hearings on Bahrain since the large scale pro-democracy protests there in early 2011. The Senate Foreign...
Opinions | November 20, 2013
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Op-ed by Daphne Eviatar. Twelve years ago this month, President George W. Bush issued an order authorizing the U.S. military to detain non-U.S. citizen “international terrorists” indefinitely, and...
Opinions | November 03, 2013
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Op-ed by Retired Army Major Generals Paul Eaton and Antonio Taguba Ten years ago, The Associated Press published an important story that received little attention at the time. It documented...
Opinions | October 27, 2013
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Op-ed by Elisa Massimino. Opponents of Morsi pray in Tahrir Square in Cairo. Anti-Morsi protesters have set up camp in the square, the site of 2011 protests that brought down the presidency of...
Opinions | October 26, 2013
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Op-ed by Don Borelli. Since 9/11, federal courts in the United States have handled hundreds of complex cases related to international terrorism.  At least 67 of those cases have involved...
Opinions | October 18, 2013
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By Katharina Obser ICE has worked to develop and implement some critical improvements to the system, though additional reforms remain needed. One overarching obstacle overshadowing much of...
Issue Brief | October 04, 2013
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With President Obama canceling his Indonesia trip due to the government shutdown, it now falls to Secretary of State John Kerry to lead the American delegation's visit to this...
Opinions | September 13, 2013
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Op-ed by Sonni Efron. Russian President Vladimir Putin's dulcet editorial in the New York Times this week sounded like the opening aria in a charm offensive aimed not just at preempting...

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