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Sharper: Israel at War
On October 7, 2023, Hamas launched an unprecedented and destructive attack on Israel. The consequences of this attack will reverberate throughout the region, with difficult ob...
By Arona Baigal, Charles Horn & Anna Pederson
Biden Needs to Deal with China’s Ever-Closer Ties to Iran
Iran and China’s growing relationship is no longer a “what-if,” but a “what-do-we-do-now.”...
By Arona Baigal & Kiana Alirezaie
America Is Pushing Its Security Ideas on a Lukewarm Middle East
Washington wants to connect its Middle Eastern partners in ways that deliver collective security benefits greater than the sum of any one nation’s military’s parts....
By Jonathan Lord & Arona Baigal
Getting to Ground Truth on the Reach of Domestic Violent Extremist Groups into the Military, Veteran, and Law Enforcement Communities
On Jan. 17, three active-duty Marines, Cpl. Micah Coomer, Sgt. Joshua Abate, and Sgt. Dodge Dale Hellonen, were each charged with four misdemeanors in connection with the Jan....
By Katherine L. Kuzminski, Carrie Cordero & Arona Baigal
COP27 in Egypt: Putting Human Rights on the Climate Agenda
Cairo hoped that COP27 would focus on its stated agenda: climate change adaptation. Yet it was human rights concerns—such as jailed pro-democracy activist Alaa Abdel Fattah’s ...
By Arona Baigal & Jocelyn Trainer
Sharper: Homeland Security
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is one of the United States' newest, but most pivotal federal government departments, charged with protecting national security since...
By Anna Pederson & Arona Baigal
Sharper: Middle East
President Biden’s recent Middle East tour was vital in presenting U.S. foreign policy in the region. Other geopolitical developments including the killing of al Qaeda leader A...
By Anna Pederson, John O'Malley & Arona Baigal