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Pipelines, Oil, and Iraq’s Future

When the United States invaded Iraq and overthrew Saddam Hussein, many people believed that Iraq's oil sector would produce enough revenue to help pull it out of its economic doldrums
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Trouble in Mesopotamia

The looming threat of civil war in Iraq can be traced back to at least three different historical events....
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Central Asia’s Growing Water Wars

After emerging from the implosion of the USSR more than two decades ago, the Central Asian basin has had more than its fair share of problems, including hyperinflation, stalled political reforms, terrorism, rising drug use and unsettled borders....
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This map shows which export makes your country the most money

Australia makes the most money from coal. Who knew?...
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The Biggest Mideast Crisis You Probably Don’t Know Enough About

The Middle East’s seemingly endless conflicts are diverting attention and resources from a graver long-term threat that threatens the whole region, the growing scarcity of water, and the situation will get worse before it gets better — if it ever does get better. ...
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Strongman’s handcuffs: The futility of red lines

Pledging to take action if your enemy oversteps the mark has not always been the smartest strategy. As tension with Syria escalates, a look at Israel’s red lines, past and present ...
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How does Egypt impact the rest of the world?

Presidential campaigns are in full swing in Egypt, where voting is scheduled by the end of May. ...
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Three Allies, Three Sets of Objectives

...The glue that held the Anglo-American-Soviet alliance together during the war was the determination to defeat Nazi Germany, fascist Italy, and Japan’s military government reaching for control of east Asia.......
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This -Formerly Secret- Group Controls the World

“Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.” — Aldous Huxley...
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Understanding of secularism in India

The Diplomat speaks with Prof Heiner Bielefeldt, the U.N. Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief, about his understanding of secularism in India after his 10-day unofficial visit to the world’s largest functioning democracy late last month....
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