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Institute of World Politics

The Institute of World Politics is a Washington, D.C.-based graduate school closely tied to right-wing networks in the United States.

Boot, Max

Max Boot is a neoconservative military historian based at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Kagan, Robert

Robert Kagan is a leading neoconservative policy pundit, a cofounder of numerous militarist pressure groups, and an important backer of U.S. overseas military interventions like the Iraq War.

Chalabi, Ahmed

Ahmed Chalabi is a controversial Iraqi political figure known for his deep ties to U.S. neoconservatives and his efforts to promote the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

Cheney, Elizabeth

The daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, Liz Cheney has emerged as the most visible advocate of hardline security policies in the Cheney family.

From the Wires
The Affinity Between Iraqi Sunni Extremists and the Rulers of Saudi Arabia

July, 27 2014

The extremist group ISIS has used a Saudi tactic—monopolizing oil revenues—to fund its brutal execution of a Saudi goal: the repression of the Middle East’s Shiites.

Israel’s U.S.-Made Military Might Overwhelms Palestinians

July, 23 2014

The latest conflict between Israel and Hamas brings to bear the vast technological superiority of Israeli’s U.S.-backed and U.S.-supplied military.

U.S., Russia, China Hamper ICC’s Reach

July, 22 2014

The influence of the International Criminal Court has grown steadily over the years, but the organization remains hampered by opposition from the United States, China, and Russia, as well as by charges that it chiefly prosecutes African leaders at the expense of human rights abusers elsewhere.

5 Things to Know About the Extended Nuclear Talks with Iran

July, 21 2014

Although Iran hawks have sought to portray the recent extension of talks over the country's nuclear enrichment program as evidence that they are faltering, the highly technical negotiations have achieved a tremendous amount in the last year.

Why No Vetoed Resolutions on Civilian Killings in Gaza?

July, 18 2014

China and Russia have staunchly resisted Western-backed UN resolutions against the Syrian regime, but they have proven unwilling to challenge the West directly by introducing their own resolution against Israel's latest incursion into Gaza.

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