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Special report: The impact of Iraq’s 2018 parliamentary elections

Special report: The impact of Iraq’s 2018 parliamentary elections

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The Shiite Crescent: the Middle East’s Arc of Crisis

The Shiite Crescent: the Middle East’s Arc of Crisis

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Abadi verses Barzani: Who is the true hero?    

Abadi verses Barzani: Who is the true hero?    

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UN Policy Problems Permeating National Refugee Policy

UN Policy Problems Permeating National Refugee Policy

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The Forgotten Genocide

The Forgotten Genocide

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Perpetual Conflict: An End to the Beginning?

Perpetual Conflict: An End to the Beginning?

In the past few weeks, forces fighting to completely liberate Syria and Iraq from ISIS have claimed that their mission is accomplished in ousting the fascist army from their countries.

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Kurdistan’s Prime Minister seeks dialogue to end the present crisis

Kurdistan’s Prime Minister seeks dialogue to end the present crisis

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The End of ISIS is in Sight. What is Next?

The End of ISIS is in Sight. What is Next?

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We Should Have Never Permitted Another Inquisition

We Should Have Never Permitted Another Inquisition

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The Next Chapter to Endless Conflict

The Next Chapter to Endless Conflict

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Trump’s Islamic Military Alliance Threat to Regional Stability

Trump’s Islamic Military Alliance Threat to Regional Stability

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The Unforgettable Moments of Martyrs

The Unforgettable Moments of Martyrs

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The Balkanization of American Society

The Balkanization of American Society

Societies that pull themselves to the extremes often have to ignore large swaths of reality to make the mental leap to self-abuse.

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Who will be the failed state, Iraq or Kurdistan?

Who will be the failed state, Iraq or Kurdistan?

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Middle Eastern Dissidents: Iranian Regime Responsible for Twin Attacks

Middle Eastern Dissidents: Iranian Regime Responsible for Twin Attacks

Following the terror attacks in Iran that killed at least 16 people, some Middle Eastern dissidents believe what happened was an inside job perpetrated by the Iranian regime.

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