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Global Islamism Monitor - No. 6
Bulletins - June 5, 2015
 

Hard times for the PIJ;
Western strategy against the Islamic State: More of the same;
Turkey changes tack;
A Balkan anti-Islamism effort;
ISIS takes aim at the Taliban...;
...While the rift with Al-Nusra deepens

 
Turkey Key To Stopping Flow Of ISIL Recruits
Articles - June 3, 2015
 

In the frenzied discussions now taking place in Washington about how to prevent the Islamic State terrorist group from making further territorial advances in Iraq and Syria, one topic has been conspicuously absent so far. 

 
A Cautionary Tale
Articles - May 26, 2015
 

The U.S. government's vast apparatus for data collection touches every aspect of human activity. But how can a system that seemingly has the capability to know absolutely everything still get major events so wrong? 

 
A Dangerous Middle East Policy
Articles - May 7, 2015
 

The growing concerns of Arab nations over an emerging Iran nuclear deal and their reported desire for U.S. weapons to protect themselves are the unfortunate outgrowths of President Barack Obama's foreign policy realism. 

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 335
Bulletins - April 6, 2015
 

Turkey green lights Azeri pipeline;
Saudi airstrikes in Yemen ahead of ground op;
Assad says ISIS still expanding;
Syrian rebels capture key town;
Egypt lists brotherhood figures as terrorists

 

 

 
Iran Is to Blame for the Palestinians' Plight
Articles - March 31, 2015
 

If you go by President Barack Obama's rhetoric, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has single-handedly sunk the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. The United States has been forced to "re-assess our options," the commander in chief has said, including supporting Israel at the United Nations, on the basis of Netanyahu's election-eve statement opposing a two-state solution.

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 387
Bulletins - March 17, 2015
 

 

U.S., Japan, India to conduct joint naval exercises;
India eyeing $3B defense package with Israel;
Pakistan: India bigger threat than terrorism;
ISIS thwarted in Afghanistan;
Taliban rejects new peace talks

 

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 333
Bulletins - March 4, 2015
 

 

Yemen's president set to resume duties;
ISIS attacks Iranian interests in Libya;
SISI calls for joint arab force to combat ISIS;
Turkey enters Syria to recover tomb remains and guards;
Yemeni rebels use increasingly brutal tactics

 

 
OPEC bets against U.S. fracking
Articles - December 20, 2014
 

This month, the OnCue Express gas station in Oklahoma City lowered its price for a gallon of regular gas to $1.99.

 

Nationwide, the average price is $2.41 per gallon, down from a high of $3.70 the end of April. Gas prices are the lowest they have been in five years and are expected to decline further, following the $50 collapse in oil prices since this summer.

 
Troubling Signs From Tehran
Articles - December 10, 2014
 

Secretary of State John Kerry is confident that an agreement on Iran's nuclear program can be concluded in three to four months, or sooner. But maybe it will be later - or maybe not at all.