Gulf Security in a Globalizing World: Going beyond US Hegemony

To avoid repeating history, the US should adopt a multilateral approach and address the domestic issues at the heart of the region’s instability
Michael Kraig
June 29, 2004

US Nation-Building Abroad – Part II

Iraqi abuse revelations deepen distrust of US
Fawaz A. Gerges
May 28, 2004

Terrorists and Their Tools - Part I

Suicide bombings driven more by politics than religious zeal
Riaz Hassan
April 23, 2004

US Nation-Building Abroad – Part III

Afghanistan unlikely to meet Washington's September elections deadline
Ahmed Rashid
June 1, 2004

US Nation-Building Abroad – Part I

As the June 30 handover deadline nears, worries grow about what will be left behind in Iraq
Dilip Hiro
May 26, 2004

The Medium Shapes the Message

US-produced Arabic network unlikely to win hearts and minds of Middle East
Seth Fein
May 7, 2004

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A Syrian Lesson for India

Water shortages, climate change are security threats
Nayan Chanda
September 11, 2013

People Will Pay if Army Fails Challenge of Political Islam

Under siege, Islamic politics won’t simply vanish
Amin Saikal
September 9, 2013

Syria Strike Would Put Peace Further Out of Reach

Foreign military intervention lengthens conflicts
Patrick M. Regan
September 6, 2013

Buying Iran Oil Is Good Economics and Politics

For India, strong ties with Iran are a must
September 4, 2013

UK’s Secret Mideast Internet Surveillance Base Revealed

Snowden denies releasing this document
Duncan Campbell , Oliver Wright, James Cusick, Kim Sengupta
September 2, 2013

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