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The Israeli Defense Forces Make Peace

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Israeli Defense Force soldiers take part in a night-time tracking drill near Tze'elim in southern Israel, June 9, 2014.
The Israeli Defense Forces Make Peace
How the Forces Fill a Diplomatic Vacuum
By David Makovsky and Gabrielle Chefitz
An activist shows fake banknotes during a demonstration outside the European Commission ahead of statements by the EC on the effectiveness of existing measures against tax evasion and money-laundering in light of the recent Panama Paper revelations, in Br
The Panama Papers and Corporate Tax Reform
How the Leaks Created a Window of Opportunity
By Leonard Seabrooke and Duncan Wigan
A woman uses the internet at an internet cafe in Yangon, Myanmar February 5, 2016.
Obama's Cyberdoctrine
Digital Security and the Private Sector
By Rob Knake
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A U.S. Soldier floats high above the ground during a jump between U.S. Army Special Forces and Armed Forces of the Philippines Special Operations members Feb. 22 as part of Balikatan 2008.
The Military and the Academy
Overcoming the Divide
By Thomas G. Mahnken
Solar panels in Sanlucar La Mayor, near Seville, May 2007.
The Clean Energy Revolution
Fighting Climate Change With Innovation
By Varun Sivaram and Teryn Norris
Sectarianism and the Protests in Baghdad
Although commentators generally separate the broader public discontent behind the protests against political ineptitude in Baghdad from the Sunni-specific grievances that have helped fuel the ISIS rampage, the distinctions are not so clear-cut.
By Nussaibah Younis
Bahrain's Dragon City
China's ambitions in the Middle East often include the building of mega malls.
By Sara Birkenthal
Putin's Arctic Ambitions
Rapid climate change and the fallout from Moscow’s annexation of Crimea have made the Russian Arctic’s vast oil, gas, and mineral deposits an increasingly attractive development play for Moscow.
By George Soroka
Why Putin Took Crimea
Russia’s annexation of Crimea was neither an act of imperial revanchism nor a defensive response to NATO’s expansion, but an improvisation designed to achieve limited aims during a moment of crisis. In one sense, the lack of a larger plan is comforting—but it is also worrisome, since it suggests that Vladimir Putin is a risk-acceptant gambler. 
By Daniel Treisman
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