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Global Islamism Monitor - No. 23
Bulletins - May 23, 2016
 

Hamas, out to sea;
Pushing back in Pakistan;
Penetrating the Taliban;
London's indoctrination central;
A shrinking caliphate

 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 164
Bulletins - May 18, 2016
 

Leveraging Latin American navies;
Iran's (even stronger) morality police;
The newest investor in Iran's nuclear program: America;
Iran rewards its foreign legion

 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 163
Bulletins - April 18, 2016
 

Green movement leader still languishes;
The JCPOA's energy dividend;
Europe becomes the Islamic Republic's lobbyist;
Iran sets its sights on India;
An Iranian General in Moscow

 
Making a Bad Iran Deal Worse
Articles - April 14, 2016
 

We're witnessing a strange spectacle in U.S. foreign policy, one with no obvious precedent: President Barack Obama is trying desperately to protect his cherished nuclear deal with Iran, making one concession after another in response to Iran's post-deal demands to ensure that Tehran doesn't walk away from it.

 
Obama's Iran Sanctions Bait-and-Switch
Articles - April 5, 2016
 

Last week, a fresh political scandal erupted on Capitol Hill over Iran. At issue was a new plan being considered by the Obama administration to provide Iran's ayatollahs with limited access to the U.S. financial system as a sweetener for their continued compliance with their government's 2015 nuclear deal with the nations of the P5+1. 

 
Strategic Primer - Cybersecurity
Policy Papers - April 1, 2016
 

The goal of the new Strategic Primer initiative is to provide a concise, comprehensive overview of specific defense technology issues presented in a clear, direct, and graphical manner that serves as an accessible reference to policymakers. Volume 2 of the series focuses on Cybersecurity.

 
 
Our Quickly Unraveling Nuclear Deal
Articles - March 22, 2016
 

Iranians are famously savvy negotiators, so recent revelations that, under the U.S.-led global nuclear deal, Iran has far more leeway than we had thought to hide its nuclear progress and test ballistic missiles shouldn't surprise us. 

It should, however, alarm us. 

 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 162
Bulletins - March 15, 2016
 

Iran's elections: Less than meets the eye;
The Iranian military goes on the sectarian offensive;
A soaring execution rates;
Nuclear oversight of Iran shrinks 

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2047
Bulletins - March 14, 2016
 

Russia goes its own way on Afghanistan;
Amnesty: Russia guilty of "war crimes" in Syria

 

 
No Means To Muster
Articles - March 10, 2016
 

In the current political season, it's the policy dog that isn't barking. 

Over the past several primary debates, candidates on both sides of the aisle have sparred at length over national security, offering contrasting - if still vague - strategies for dealing with Russia, the Islamic State and Iran, among other foreign policy challenges. But precious little attention has so far been paid to a more fundamental question: Does the U.S. military actually have the resources to adequately respond to today's global threats?