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Afghanistan Burns

We are now more than ten years into America's invasion of Afghanistan, which was designed to rout the Taliban who had harbored Al Qaeda. The fighting has resulted in thousands of American and NATO deaths and casualties as well as billions of dollars spent. It would appear, however, that little has been accomplished in terms of American goals, with the Taliban still a formidable military and popular force in the country.

Turkey Condemns Rick Perry’s “Islamic terrorist” Comment

Perry suggested that the US should eliminate all foreign aid to Turkey.

Russia Expresses Solidarity With Iran

NATO ambassador: military action against Iran "direct threat" to Russia.

Winds Of War: Syria’s Assad Threatens To Destroy Tel Aviv

JERUSALEM – The Mideast war of words heated up this week as Syrian president Bashar Assad threatened to destroy Tel Aviv in six hours with a volley of upgraded Scud missiles if Turkish or NATO forces threatened his teetering regime.

Iranian Officials Threaten Counterattacks in Israel, Turkey

Regional tension over Iran’s nuclear capability is escalating, with Iranian officials threatening that their country will attack Israel and NATO missile defense installations in Turkey if Iran is attacked by Israel or the United States.

Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

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Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

Syria Preparing For U.S-NATO AttackSyrian President Bashar Assad is taking military measures to prepare for a possible U.S.-NATO campaign against his regime, this column...

Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

Is Syria NATO's Next Target?    Turkey secretly passed a message to Syria last week that if it does not implement major democratic reforms NATO...

Assassinating Terrorist Leaders: The Killing of Osama Bin-Laden As a Matter of International Law

Osama bin Laden was assassinated by U.S. Special Forces on May 1, 2011. Although media emphasis thus far has been focused almost entirely on the pertinent operational and political issues surrounding this "high value" killing, there are also important jurisprudential aspects to the case that require similar attention. Whether or not killing Osama was a genuinely purposeful assassination from a strategic perspective, a question that will be debated for years to come, we should now also inquire: Was it legal?

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