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  • CNN panel mocks Trump for getting snookered by North Korea: ‘They delivered what they promised...
    A CNN panel on Monday mocked President Donald Trump after reports arose that he has grown frustrated by North Korea’s reluctance to unilaterally disarm its entire nuclear weapons arsenal. While discussing North Korea demanding that the United... Topics: CNN, Donald Trump
  • A plausible roadmap to peace with North Korea
    Despite all of President Trump's positive proclamations following last month's summit with Kim Jong Un, America and North Korea remain at an impasse. Washington continues to demand the speedy dismantling of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons and missile... Topics: Kim Jong-Un, Pyongyang
  • Shocker: North Korea not denuclearizing, not cooperating
    (Paul Mirengoff) I doubt that any sensible, objective observer expected North Korea to denuclearize in response to President Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong Un. However, there was some reason to hope for a modicum of cooperation between the... Topics: Kim Jong-Un
  • Asia's Worst Nightmare: A Collapse of North Korea
    Jamie Metzl Security, Asia The good news is that this collapse has the potential to be a win-win for nearly everyone. In fact, North Korea’s leaders have recently come to this realization and minor economic reforms allowing managers to set wages...
  • US Military Sees Change in N. Korea; Others Skeptical
    A top U.S. military official called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un “a man of his word” while backing up assertions by other key officials that talks with Pyongyang are making progress. The commander of U.S. Forces-Korea, General Vincent... Topics: Military, Kim Jong-Un, Pyongyang

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  • A Brief History Of US Covert Action In Syria - Part 2
    In part 2 of this corrective history of the Syrian proxy war which notable Middle East experts have lately urged is important and essential reading, William Van Wagenen demonstrates the direct US-al Qaeda relationship during the heart of the... Topics: Syria
  • Leaders of ISIS and Al Qaeda Puzzled Why Trump Has Not Invited Them to White House
    Andy Borowitz jokes that, after the meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, the leaders of Al Qaeda, ISIS, and the Taliban are confused about why they have not also been embraced by the U.S. President. Topics: Isis, Donald Trump, White House, Vladimir Putin, Taliban
  • US amends terror designation of Shabaab to include Kenyan ‘wing’
    The State Department has amended the terrorist designation of Shabaab, al Qaeda's branch in East Africa, to include Al-Hijra, which has served as Shabaab's "wing" in Kenya. In the past, according to the UN, Al-Hijra has played a key role in... Topics: Terrorism, Kenya
  • Germany's Dysfunctional Deportation System
    Authored by Soeren Kern via The Gatestone Institute, A court in Gelsenkirchen has ruled that deporting a self-declared Islamist - suspected of being a bodyguard of the former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden - was "grossly unlawful" and ordered... Topics: Germany
  • A Gender-Specific Approach To Counter-Terrorism
    Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb took credit for bombing of the United Nations headquarters in Algiers in December 2007, an act that claimed the lives of 17 U.N. personnel. The international community is increasingly recognising the importance of... Topics: Terrorism

RSS ISIS

  • Turkey: Exposing Crimes Of ISIS Is Terrorism
    Authored by Uzay Bulut via The Gatestone Institute, How does Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan fight his political opponents, including those who have been working hard to expose the atrocities of the Islamic state terror group, ISIS? By... Topics: Turkey, Terrorism, Tayyip Erdogan
  • Watch Michelle Wolf Compare ICE to ISIS in a Segment That Should Win Her a Bunch of Free...
    Michelle Wolf has built a career out of gleefully making arguments other TV hosts won’t touch—see, e.g., her salute to abortion earlier this month—and this week’s segment about ICE is no exception. There’s a hard and fast rule in American...
  • The Current State Of ISIS
    ISIS appears to reforming in areas of northern Iraq and has launched attacks in Afghanistan. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Jennifer Cafarella of the Institute for the Study of War. Topics: Iraq, Afghanistan
  • Not Radical Islam, But Gold Fever Threatens Indonesia's Stability
    Authored by Marjolein Van Pagee via Oriental Review, Last May, headlines worldwide paid attention to the suicide attacks in Surabaya, Indonesia. Various media outlets wrote about the fear of the Western world that ISIS, after being defeated in the... Topics: Religion, Indonesia
  • Leaders of ISIS and Al Qaeda Puzzled Why Trump Has Not Invited Them to White House
    Andy Borowitz jokes that, after the meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, the leaders of Al Qaeda, ISIS, and the Taliban are confused about why they have not also been embraced by the U.S. President. Topics: Al-qaeda, Donald Trump, White House, Vladimir Putin, Taliban

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