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Heading Off a Bigger Ebola Catastrophe

Scott Gottlieb & Tevi Troy

The Ebola virus, which has already killed more than 1,500 people since the epidemic began earlier this year, is wreaking havoc in West Africa, leaving...

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What's Going on in Pakistan?

Husain Haqqani

Tensions in Pakistan are mounting in demand of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s resignation. Judy Woodruff joins Husain Haqqani of the Hudson Institute a...

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Drug Use and Drug Spending: How the Washington Post and the President Get It Wrong

David W. Murray

Washington Post reporter Christopher Ingraham writes about the drug issue during the Obama Administration, referencing both drug use data and the drug...

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The Salafi Dawa of Alexandria: The Politics of A Religious Movement

Mokhtar Awad

From his cluttered, rundown clinic in Alexandria, Egypt, the 55-year-old pediatrician Sheikh Yassir Burhami holds court a few nights a week to manage ...

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Iraq’s Second Sunni Insurgency

Kirk H. Sowell

The state of Iraq in 2014 represents a dramatic reversal when compared with four years earlier. National elections in March 2010 took place during a p...

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A Sectarian Awakening: Reinventing Sunni Identity in Iraq After 2003

Fanar Haddad

Since 2003, sectarian identities and sectarian relations in Iraq and the broader Arab world have undergone previously unimaginable changes. New reali...

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Economic Perspectives on an Open Internet

Harold Furchtgott-Roth

During my career, I have had occasion to think about the network neutrality issues before the Commission, and about the Commission itself. From 1995-1...

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