Foreign Policy

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JOHN KIRIAKOU: The Heroism of David McBride

By 2014 McBride had compiled a dossier into profound command failings that saw examples of potential war crimes in Afghanistan overlooked and other soldiers wrongly accused. On Tuesday he was sentenced to nearly six years in jail.

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Georgia bill passes: Why the West needs to stay out of the protests

Mass demonstrations over a foreign influence legislation has its roots in the delicate balance between Russia and transatlantic community

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Concocting lies in war.time

Wars and lies in Iraq and Israel

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The SCO vs. NATO: The Clash of Two Security Paradigms

In a perverse replay of the build up to the first World War, the British are once again up to their dirty tricks and desperate to kick over the global chess board using the time-tested trick of “mutual security pacts”.

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The blind spot of reason and conscience

«They shall not see with their eyes, nor hear with their ears, nor understand with their heart.» — Isaiah 6:10

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Seymour Hersh: Where are the National Intelligence Estimates?

Congress just passed an enormous aid package for wars in Ukraine and Gaza, but the White House is ignoring news it does not want to hear

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The Origins Of The Neocons And Their Lunatic World View | A History With Professor Michael Brenner

Neocons are about the most dangerous species in international relations today. They are the kind of people who would rather see a million dead than chose a cooperative framework to resolve a (perceived) problem.

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Georgia’s ‘Foreign Influence’ Law Is Reasonable

State of the Union: The U.S. State Department has condemned it but making NGOs disclose foreign funding is a sensible precaution.

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A Putin collapse? The dangers of wishful thinking

Some say that like the USSR, the current Russian presidency is brittle. But they are overlooking a lot

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The Relevance of Containment for Dealing with Russia

The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy will host a panel webinar reassessing the utility of containment in managing relations with Russia on April 4, 2024.