The Saudi military risks inspiring future generations of extremists dedicated to disrupting the established order in the Arabian Peninsula.
A back channel of communication between Israel and Pakistan could temper miscalculations or malicious attempts to artificially increase tensions between the two countries.
There is no American equivalent to the Turkish deep state, or even an Israeli one, if it exists in the latter at all.
The existing ISIS franchise groups are dangerous, already proving themselves a lethal and destabilizing force in the areas they operate. But where might the next Islamic State franchise group emerge?
There is a gap between the rosy assessments offered by U.S. commanders and the media reports that have trickled out of Afghanistan.
Washington has attempted to juggle inconsistent policies throughout the Syrian civil war. Attempting to stay after the Islamic State’s defeat would be even more foolish.
Many people are falsely assuming that the outcome of the protests is centrally dependent on the United States.
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