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U.S.-Iranian Engagement: The View from Tehran
Mutual expressions of a desire for a new relationship aside, there are sound reasons for the two countries to turn the page. (Crisis Group, 06/02/2009) Read More...


Labels Matter
Labels Matter
Author analyzes the use of terms related to privatized military and issues related to their varied definitions. By Shaun Randol. (06/02/2009) Read More...


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Shadow Wars
The Bush administration is gone, but covert operations are still going on, writes Conn Hallinan. (Foreign Policy In Focus, 05/26/2009) Read More...


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North Korea’s Nuclear Tantrum
North Korea’s decision to conduct another nuclear test is a new chapter in leader Kim Jong Il’s fight for recognition, writes Shim Jae Hoon. (Yale Global, 05/28/2009) Read More...


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Karabakh: Is War Inevitable?
Armenia and Azerbaijan's dispute over Nagorno Karabakh could erupt in war at any time, warns Wayne Merry. (Open Democracy, 05/22/2009) Read More...


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If We Lose Hearts and Minds, We Will Lose The War
Success against the Taleban requires a genuine partnership with the Afghan people. By David Kilcullen (The Spectator, 05/21/2009) Read More...


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Turkey’s Identity and Strategy: A Game of Three-Dimensional Chess
In depth analysis of Turkey’s internal evolution, the related consequences for Ankara’s foreign and security policies, Turkey’s integration in the West, and possible alternative postures. By Zeyno Bar... Read More...


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Why LTTE Failed
Its performance in Eelam War IV glaringly displayed Prabakaran’s limitations in mastering the art of conventional warfare. By R. Hariharan (Frontline, 05/08/2009) Read More...


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Change We Can’t Believe In
Pakistan's military has used the threat from militant groups to maintain power, delegitimize the civilian government and—most crucial of all—keep aid flowing from the United States, says Fareed Zakari... Read More...


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Afghanistan Report: A Ten-Year Framework for the Future
Chairman of the Institute for State Effectiveness and former Afghan Minister of Finance Dr. Ashraf Ghani outlines a medium-term framework for state-building in Afghanistan. (Atlantic Council, April 20... Read More...


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AFRICOM: Wrong for Liberia, Disastrous for Africa
Article discussing U.S intentions behind the creation of AFRICOM. By Ezekiel Pajibo and Emira Woods (Foreign Policy in Focus, 07/26/2007) Read More...


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Africom Stands Up
Article illuminating the composition of Africom's staff and it's mission. By Colonel Robert Killebrew (Small Wars Journal, 10/08/2008) Read More...


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Special Report: NATO at Sixty
With NATO turning 60 this year, IA-Forum presents commentary and analysis from fifteen experts on the key issues now facing the organization and asks what the future holds for the alliance. (IA-Forum... Read More...


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Could Food Shortages Bring Down Civilization?
Without massive and rapid intervention to address environmental degradation, food shortages and subsequent government collapses could threaten the world order, says Lester R. Brown. (Scientific Americ... Read More...


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NATO's Political Demarche
Russia's heated reaction to the NATO-sponsored training exercises planned for next month near Tbilisi has added unnecessary strain to Moscow's relations with the West, argues Alexander Golts. (The Mos... Read More...


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How Dangerous Are the Taliban?
The Taliban and al Qaeda may not pose enough of a threat to the United States to make a long war in Afghanistan worth the costs, writes John Mueller. (Foreign Affairs, 04/15/2009) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Steven Ward
IA-Forum Interview: Steven Ward
IA-Forum speaks with CIA analyst Steven Ward about Iran's military and his book 'Immortal: A Military History of Iran and Its Armed Forces'. IA-Forum (04/17/2009) Read More...


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Development Assistance and Conflict in Sri Lanka
Before committing any additional development assistance, donors must insist that the government has taken tangible steps towards democratic political transformation in both the north and the east. (Cr... Read More...


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What's Up With North Korea
John Feffer analyses North Korea's rocket launch and considers prospects for the future. (Foreign Policy in Focus, 4/5/2009) Read More...


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Blitzkrieg On Gaza
Award-winning journalist, Gaza-born Mohammed Omer, uncovers the human stories behind the carnage in his homeland. (The Diplomat, March/April 2009) Read More...


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Public Relations, North Korean Style
North Korea's launch of intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) over the weekend was a political success for the Kim Jong-Il regime on a series of levels, writes Patrick deGategno (New Atlanticist, ... Read More...


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While We Self-Inflict, Turkey Lurks
Author examines the possibility of Turkish agression in the Greek islands. (RIEAS, 04/09/2009) Read More...


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Nerves On Test
No political solution is in sight to conflict in Sri Lanka even as the prolonged war spells misery to hapless citizens caught in the crossfire. By B. Murlidhar Reddy (Frontline, 04/11/2009) Read More...


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Ending Colombia's FARC Conflict: Dealing the Right Card
The Uribe government needs to complement its military approach to defeating the FARC with a political negotiation strategy if it is to end Colombia’s half-century long armed conflict. (Crisis Group, 0... Read More...


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Dancing To The Terrorists' Tune
The lack of faith between India and Pakistan is preventing a concerted effort to combat terrorist threats. By Jawed Nazvi (DAWN, 04/02/2009) Read More...


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The Second Chance
Critics say Afghanistan can't be saved. But a new push from America and Kabul could work, writes Ashraf Ghani. (Prospect, March 2009) Read More...


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Obama Hones Iran Strategy
By discarding angry rhetoric and proceeding cautiously with negotiations, the US and Iran could discover substantial common interests. By Leonard S. Spector (Yale Global, 03/16/2009o) Read More...


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Why Imperialism Needs Proxies to Do Its Dirty Work in Africa
The Reluctance of Africans to embrace AFRICOM. By Mark P. Fancher (OpEdNews.com 02/18/2009) Read More...


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Sri Lanka rejects U.N. allegations on civilian deaths
Sri Lanka's government rejected U.N. allegations that soldiers had killed more than 2,800 civilians as unsubstantiated and based on sources allied with the LTTE. (Daily Mirror, 03/14/2009) Read More...


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Sri Lanka Battle Progress Map
Sri Lankan Ministry of Defense animated map of battle progress against Tamil Tigers. (March, 2009) Read More...


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