We are stumbling blindly through the minefield of countering terrorist radicalization and recruitment inside the United States.
When South Africans threw off the oppression of the apartheid system, the future seemed bright. But thanks to years of government incompetence, political and economic success is far from assured.
Congress is now considering two largely symbolic measures that could harm U.S. interests in Africa and the Middle East. A report from The New York Times seems to confirm J. Peter Pham’s prediction that Turkey
All eyes are on China and its growing involvement in Africa, but India’s expanding relations with African countries have gone largely unnoticed. China’s intentions create anxiety; India’s do not.
Somalia represents interventionst's perfect storm, but our difficulties there demonstrate the military's limits in the War on Terror.
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