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Front Page Last Updated: Feb 14, 2019 - 11:56:41 AM


International
Gantz’s Rise in Israel Complicates Netanyahu’s Easy Path to Re-Election
Back in December, when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition decided to dissolve parliament and call new elections, the news inspired a chain reaction of yawns. Despite Netanyahu’s growing legal problems, the overwhelming consensus was that he was headed for another victory, one that would allow him to break the record of Israel’s founder, David Ben Gurion, as the country’s longest-serving prime minister.

Feb 14, 2019 - 11:55:43 AM

Dark Side
When Is It Don Jr.’s Time in the Barrel?
Back in December, the Republican-controlled House Intelligence Committee sent the Office of Special Counsel an official transcript copy of Roger Stone’s testimony, as per the office’s request. About a month later, Roger Stone was indicted on multiple counts, including five for making false statements to Congress.

Feb 14, 2019 - 11:53:51 AM

Defence & Arms
Paramilitary: Russia Has The Wrong Solution For The Wrong Problem
Russia has a military manpower crises that is getting worse and appears to be unsolvable.

Feb 14, 2019 - 11:52:38 AM

Africa
Belarus Explores Economic Opportunities in Zimbabwe
On January 17, the president of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, paid a state visit to Belarus, as part of his four-country Eurasian tour. Besides Minsk, the Zimbabwean delegation landed in Moscow, Almaty and Baku (Kommersant.ru, January 15).

Feb 14, 2019 - 11:51:14 AM

Research
Iran’s 1979 Revolution Revisited: Failures (and a Few Successes) of U.S. Intelligence and Diplomatic Reporting
U.S. intelligence analysts and Tehran-based diplomats struggled to come to grips with the tumult of the Iranian revolution, yet still managed at times to provide considerable detail for policymakers, according to a survey of formerly classified records posted today by the nongovernmental National Security Archive.

Feb 14, 2019 - 11:49:58 AM

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