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The Executioners’ Bill

After an alleged series of brutal executions by the Burundian military, should the United States consider cutting off the cash it's giving the country's armed forces?

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A Cloud Descends on Tunisia

Tunisians take stock in the wake of the deadly Bardo Museum attack. Will their liberty be the next casualty?

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The Jihadi Factory

Why a suburb of Tunis has become a breeding ground for Islamic State foot soldiers.

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Pentagon Intel Chief Steps Aside, Game of Musical Chairs Begins

Defense Chief Ashton Carter will soon be replacing many of the department's top generals, admirals, and civilians.

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Today, Tunisia Is Tested

Can the country that has been the Arab Spring’s success story maintain national unity and avoid repression after today’s deadly attack?

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The Islamic State’s African Long Con

After months of trying to unseat al Qaeda on the African continent, the jihadis from Syria have locked arms with Boko Haram.

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