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Washington's Secret Back-Channel Talks With Syria's Kurdish 'Terrorists'
Drone Strikes Continue In N. Waziristan; Firing Continues on Indo-Pak Border; Watchdog Critiques UN Agency in Afghanistan
You Should Still Be Scared of Pyongyang
FP's Situation Report: Fall of Kobani could provoke a larger role for Turkey; An MOH talks about his PTSD; SIGAR knocks UNDP; and a bit more.
Islamic State Militants Enter Sections of Kobani
A Sense of Belonging
Poverty and Politics in Ezbat al-Haggana
Crazy Yet Wise
Mezzo Experience-Kipco Tower
'Unknown Legend' - by Ammar Majali
2:48 AM [The B-Sides]
Emergency Lane Rules
Ink On The Side
I hate being a girl
Where Hong Kong Hits Home
Joe Biden Is the Only Honest Man in Washington
U.S. Watchdog: U.N. Misspent Hundreds of Millions of Dollars in Afghanistan
How to Keep Ebola Out of Your Neighborhood
Jeddah Daily Photo Journal
Our World: Jeddah's Abandoned Cars
Kazakhstan's $1 Billion Bet That It Can Avoid Argentina's Mistakes
Where Does the Islamic State Get Its Weapons?
Read the Anti-Hong Kong Rant That's Going Viral in China
Why China's President Wants to Save Hong Kong, Not Destroy It
How the Hong Kong Protesters Can Win
The Most Interesting Man in the World Wants Land Mines to Fear Him
The Toxic Politics of Ebola
Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, October 6, 2014
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Food From the Levant
Ebola: Part II
The Last Safe Place
Why women make better assassins
You Can't Kill Margaret Thatcher If You Don't Get How Hot She Is
The Great Divide
Managing a global military/security profession… some of it private
The key question generals should ask presidents and other officials: 'What next?'
Pakistani Taliban Declare Support for Islamic State; Deaths in Indo-Pak Border Violation; Afghanistan Allows NYT Reporter Back
Kurdish Forces Work to Defend the Syrian Border Town of Kobani
FP's Situation Report: Panetta’s book drags Hillary into the Iraq debate; a former French intel officer targeted in KG strikes; Biden walks it back; and a bit more.
'Forgotten' - Deema Qaffaf