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Jihad's Civil War

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Men stand near debris and a police line after explosions hit a bus station in the Syrian city of Jableh May 23, 2016.
Jihad's Civil War
The Battle Between ISIS and al Qaeda Simmers On
By Barak Mendelsohn
Trump holds a rally with supporters in Anaheim, California, May 2016.
American Political Decay or Renewal?
The Meaning of the 2016 Election
By Francis Fukuyama
The Ebola virus treatment center where four people are currently being treated is seen in Paynesville, Liberia, July 16, 2015.
Why the UN Can't Leave Liberia
Stability, Consistency, and the International Community
By Brooks Marmon
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A flower is seen near debris at the crash site of a Russian airliner in al-Hasanah area in El Arish city, north Egypt, November 1, 2015.
Egypt's Theory of Terrorism
Why It Is a Problem for the United States
By Zack Gold and Elissa Miller
Supporters of Gambian President Yahya Jenneh cheer during a final campaign rally in the capital Banjul, September 2006.
Gambia Rising?
Jammeh Under Pressure
By Sidi Sanneh
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How Islamist Radicalism Ends
Unfortunately, there is no qualitative solution to radical Sunni terrorism. There is no way to categorically eliminate the source.
By Andrew L. Peek
Venezuela's Risky Recall?
A recall is not always bad news. In fact, a revote rarely does what it sets out to do—depose an incumbent leader—and in some cases can even reinvigorate the regime in question.
By Joshua Spivak
China's High-Speed Rail Diplomacy
A sense of uncertainty hangs over American infrastructure, as the United States muddles through with its aging nuclear plants, careworn bridges, and potholed highways. In past eras, the United States excelled at building major projects; now, it lags behind other countries. That is particularly true in one area: building railroads.
By Tom Zoellner
How Well Off Is Israel?
We poll a broad pool of experts on Israel's wealth, strength, and national security.
Scenes from India's Purulia District
Purulia, located in the eastern part of the Chota Nagpur plateau in West Bengal, is better known as the site of a mysterious arms drop. Early on the morning of December 18, 1995, a posse of men (five Latvians, a Brit, and a Dane) flew over the district in a Soviet-designed military transport aircraft known as a "curl" and dropped cases of weapons attached to parachutes. The cases contained hundreds of assault rifles, rocket launchers, and grenades.
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