Amanda Kadlec
Amanda Kadlec
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Chris Stevens Death Highlights Instability in Post-Gaddafi Libya: America Must Lend More Support

The Libyan government and people are eager to solve their security problem. The consulate attack is a wake-up call to the U.S. to offer more assistance and support than it has.

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Is Lebanon the Answer for Syria Violence?

Is it possible that this tiny, war-ravaged country could act as a stabilizing force for the Syrian conflict?
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With Turkey As a Model, Egypt's Military Asserts its Might

Egypt's military is adopting the most flawed aspects of the Turkish model for democratic governance.
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Libya Should Include All Players: Potential Threats Posed by De-Gaddafication

When an unjust government falls and another emerges, the response is to rout the political forces that were tied to it. But exclusion of the enemy hardly means it no longer exists.
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Shifting Power Balances: The U.S. Middle East Policy Pickle

The United States must understand that new realities in the Middle East will require a renewed foreign policy, one that is less rigid and more flexible.