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July 5, 2014

I’m here in Jordan and, because of Ramadan, I tend to be up all night and then sleep until the early afternoon. While waiting for...

Mainstream journalists have now picked up on increasingly noticeable chatter inside Iraq suggesting that Ahmed Chalabi could become a compromise candidate for Iraq’s premiership should...

Jordan is a sectarian state. Many here do not hesitate to cast aspersions toward Shi‘ites and, of course, it was Jordan’s King Abdullah II who...

It is an odd experience to be abroad on the Fourth of July--especially in a place as remote as Nepal. No fireworks, no barbecues (except...