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The Wall Street Journal: America’s Iranian Self-Deception
The Atlantic: Turkey vs. Iran: The Rivalry for Dominance of the Middle East

The Telegraph: As Bashar al-Assad secures 90pc in referendum, Syria death toll passes 8,000
The National: An economic bloodbath will test Assad’s staying power
Today’s Zaman: Turkey’s options in Syria

The Telegraph: Greece sinks to its knees

Foreign Policy: The Obama Doctrine

The Diplomat: Why China Courts Eastern Europe
Forbes: How Will China Pay Off Its Debt?
The Telegraph: China risks ‘middle income trap’ without free market revolution

Russian Defense Policy: Putin and the Army (I) (II) (III)
Russian Military Reform: More foreign imports for the military
FAS Strategic Security Blog: Chinese Nuclear Modernization: Smaller and Later
Defence Professionals: Russia Upgrades Syrian Radars to Warn of U.S., Israeli Attack

Early Warning Blog: U.S. Should Not Follow China’s Example in Merging Cyber and Electronic Warfare Efforts
Atlantic Council: NATO’s Cyber Capabilities: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Foreign Policy: Think Again: Cyberwar

The Telegraph: Vladimir Putin: ‘the godfather of a mafia clan’
The Moscow Times: The Kremlin’s Swingers Club

The Wall Street Journal: Argentine Crash Casts New Light on Policies
János Kornai: Centralization and the Capitalist Market Economy
Forbes: Want More “Fairness?” Look to Europe’s Basket Cases

Guy Sorman: The New Rebellions

La Stampa: Amerigo Vespucci: America’s Namesake Gets Historical Rediscovery 500 Years Later

 

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