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May is wrong to believe that Conservatives will sweep the UK general election because she does not understand the power behind emotionally charged issues central to the electorate’s identities. Like her predecessor David Cameron, May will witness first-hand the growing divide between politicians and constituents. Prime...

The Justice Against the Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) is one of the most controversial and complex pieces of national security legislation in recent years. It enables private US citizens to sue foreign governments over alleged support of terrorist groups. The heated controversy about JASTA...

The Intelligence Community (IC) is already irrelevant and on the verge of becoming obsolete. Appointments in the new administration, its failure to adapt methods and tradecraft in a world of evolving security threats, and the inability to develop new sources of information make it even...

Jeffrey Immelt, the CEO of GE, argued in May that “globalization is being attacked as never before.” Politicians and populations, across a diverse spectrum of demographics in every continent, increasingly challenge free trade and global integration. This bold claim by the leader of one of...

Divisions between governments and their populations directly impact the social, political, and economic frameworks of nations, and influence regional and international security. These divisions are the result of government policies and actions, which often have a profound negative impact on their populations and are counterintuitive...

“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has embarked on an epic journey of transformation.” King Salman, Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef, and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud have charted a course for Saudi Arabia’s economic future. Vision 2030 delivers a broad strategy to advance...

“The UK’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) will have little impact on multinational corporations (MNCs) investing in Central and Eastern Europe.” At the macro-level, the future of post-Brexit investment in Central and Eastern Europe appears fraught with challenges and uncertainty. However, a favorable investment...

In the early morning hours of June 12th, 2016, armed U.S. citizen Omar Mateen opened fire at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, killing 49 and wounding 53. Discussions surrounding the event fail to address the core issue underlying mass violence: identity. Identity underlies the majority of ethnic...

U.S. counter insurgency operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have failed to utilize the most powerful tool at their disposal: populations. In fact, current counter insurgency strategies alienate U.S. forces from the population and inadvertently drive communities and insurgents closer together. Current campaigns employ short-term strategies...

Depending on what reports you read, the country is either Afghanistan on the sea or the next Somalia, or both. –Ishaan Tharoor The latest terrorist attacks by ISIS in Paris and Mali have drawn the world’s attention away from a growing humanitarian crisis responsible for the...