Great Britain, France and Germany are picking up the slack and leading Europe’s response to the crisis in Iraq. Could they do even more?
"In the collective mind of the Jordanian street, Hussein was both omnipotent and tragically sympathetic."
The next Mahmoud Abbas?
"The ancient cauldron returns and decades of warring tribes and dynasties likely await."
Local leaders struggled to keep the peace Monday night as radicals from out of town stirred things up.
"If the arms-control mechanisms between America and Russia collapse, then the world loses its ability—and crucially, the example—to properly interpret and recognize nuclear intentions."
America's national interests in the oil-rich Middle East endure. Washington should turn to a familiar playbook to ensure Iraq does not fall apart—and drag down the region with it.
In recent weeks, the American media has seemed focused on reporting on nearly every newsworthy event—except the Ukraine crisis.
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