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Situation Report: Iran talks drag on; new Marine Corps boss coming; changes for U.S. ops in Africa; updates from Saudi, Syria; and lots more

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Iran update: World powers and Iranian negotiators continue to hash it out in Vienna, trying to hammer out a ...

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Situation Report: Another day, another Iran deadline; State drops Clinton emails; defense CEOs unhappy with Pentagon; drones spot Russian base in Ukraine; and much more

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley RED SIREN. Just coming in Wednesday morning: An Islamic State-linked group in Egypt has claimed responsibility for a series ...

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Situation Report: Waiting in Vienna; supplying Bahrain; countries buffering against Islamic State and Kurds; new Army brass; and lots more

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley The new, final countdown. While negotiations to limit Iran's nuclear program were originally slated to wrap up Tuesday, the ...

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Situation Report: Cold War style; Kobani in crosshairs again; Russia practicing for the big one; weekend reading links; and a whole lot more

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley The week. Defense Secretary Ash Carter insisted early on in his swing through Europe this week that NATO needs ...

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No, Obama’s Former Advisors Aren’t Trashing the Iran Deal

A bipartisan U.S. group of Iran watchers, including former Obama administration officials, has drawn a line in the sand on five concessions they say must be part of a lasting deal to curb Tehran’s nuclear program. Their letter was viewed Thursday as an indictment of the nuclear talks by the president’s very own former advisors. But two authors of the letter disputed that interpretation in interviews with Foreign Policy.

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State Department: Between Terrorism and Counterterrorism, Human Rights Are Losing Out

The latest human rights reports from State detail the way people in too many countries were crushed in 2014 between violent extremists, on the one hand, and repressive governments whose actions threaten to fuel further resentment and terrorism, on the other.

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New Findings Pinpoint Africa’s Elephant Poaching Hotspots

Elephant poaching in Africa, driven by the illegal ivory trade, has reached its highest level in decades, threatening some populations with extinction. But recent findings published in the journal Science suggest a new way forward for conservationists, law enforcement, and policymakers: the use of genetic science to pinpoint the illegal trade at its points of origin.

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Situation Report: Iran deal approaches; debate over new hostage strategy; NATO chief gets new powers; the Navy has a Windows problem; and lots more

By Paul McLeary and Adam Rawnsley The deal with the deal. The deadline to reach an agreement to curb Iran's nuclear program is less than ...

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