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“an invaluable treatment of the subject”. J.E.Peterson
“The Sultan’s Yemen is sure to become an essential tool for historians and students alike.” Fred Rhodes, Middle East Journal
Riyadh fails to check Iran’s regional influence | “It’s hard to describe this Saudi intervention as a success”
The president is escalating another costly war of choice in a country where blowback for the many innocents killed is more likely than lasting security gains.
Tens of millions of people are displaced around the world. I met one in Djibouti faced with an impossible choice.
If the president is serious about implementing safe zones in Syria, he must clarify exactly what he means.
In Yemen, starvation and a bloody civil war are leading some women to join Al-Qaeda.
A FAILED COUP LEFT THE TURKISH PRESIDENT EVEN MORE POWERFUL
Around the world, slippers are used to keep the outside out of the home. An Object Lesson
Passengers on flights coming into the U.S. will be allowed to bring smartphones into the plane's cabin. But all larger electronic devices, like laptops and cameras, must be placed in checked baggage.
The country’s leader, Sultan Qaboos bin Said, has ruled for 46 years but reportedly has terminal cancer.
The evidence points to no, but the fact that it’s even a question demonstrates why his conflicts of interest are a problem.
Senate leadership censored Elizabeth Warren, the global gag rule threatened funding for AIDS relief, Sean Spicer claimed success in the Yemen raid, and more.
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